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A Sale is a Sale, Right? Wrong!

For those of you that haven’t taken the time to attend any of EPC’s recent sales, the time has come. This weekend, is EPC’s 2010 Tax Free Holiday Sale providing you with the opportunity to get some of the best computer equipment you can imagine, at a significantly discounted rate – and pay NO SALES TAX. Read on below for more details and be sure to tell your friends and family with students going back to school/college about this great sale!

“Mark Your Calendars! Saturday, August 7th, 2010 is the date for the EPC NO SALES TAX Computer Sale, and you’re invited! In addition to saving 15% on all used computer equipment, YOU PAY NO SALES TAX! Get there early from 8am-2pm and take advantage of great deals! Also check out the new “CLEAR” 4G Wireless Internet access – the fastest mobile internet connection ever to be offered! If you sign up during our sale this weekend, you get to take an additional 5% off your used equipment purchase! It all happens THIS WEEKEND!”

Click here to link to view the event flyer…

Click here to view the Additional 5% CLEAR 4G Wireless Internet Coupon…

EPC Celebrates MO Sales Tax Holiday by Opening Warehouse to the Public

In an effort to help parents with the costs of sending their students back to school, Missouri has established this weekend as a Sales Tax Holiday. From 12:01 a.m. on Friday August 7th to midnight on Sunday the 9th, certain back to school items are deemed tax exempt.

Included in these tax exempt back to school items are personal computers and computer peripherals. To enhance this tax holiday, EPC is opening our warehouse to the public for a huge sale. All items will be at least 15% off of our already low prices in addition to the discount from the exempted tax.

On Saturday, August 8th, from 8am to 2pm only, customers can browse through the thousands of laptops, desktops, servers, printers and every other computer-realted hardware and peripherals that can be found in our warehouse – a space that is about the size of two football fields.

For more information about the Missouri Sales Tax Holiday stipulations, you can check out the Department of Revenue’s website.