Bark n Bag Reduces Wholesale Prices and Moves Production out of China

August 17, 2016

Bark n Bag LLC has lowered prices effective August 1, 2016. Retailers can expect to see all Bark n Bag products with new lower wholesale prices—for example, small carrier bags will now be under $20 wholesale.  The price change comes after moving production out of China.

“We have been working diligently with our production partner, a quality luggage manufacturer, to move all manufacturing,” said David Fine, owner of Bark n Bag LLC. “The efficiencies developed by the luggage producers enabled BnB to lower our prices. The quality has been improved, thanks to our cooperation with our new manufacturing partner.”

In addition to the new lower prices, Bark n Bag debuted their new pet carrier, the Noir Herringbone Classic, at SuperZoo in early August.

The Noir Herringbone Classics boasts classic styling with smart detail in lightweight herringbone nylon.  The comfortable, roomy interior makes it the perfect dog or cat travel companion. It is available in medium and large sizes and features fur-friendly mesh on three sides for ventilation, a padded double tubular handle, an adjustable shoulder strap, adjustable gadget straps to secure in car with seat belt, a machine-washable quilted pad, two easy-access zippered pockets, the ability to fold flat for storage and a sturdy patented construction.

For more information about Bark n Bag, visit www.BarknBag.com

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