Geomag launches drop-ship campaign to support indie retailers

Published on: 22nd April 2020

Four promotional bundles have been created, ready to be shipped for free to toy store customers.

The impact of Covid-19 has hit the country hard and is hitting small businesses even harder. The team at Geomagworld is responding proactively to its independent retailers, providing support during this challenging and uncertain time to assist in driving sales.

Recognising how the pandemic has impacted many retailers’ ability to fulfil orders, the company has put together four promotional drop-ship Geomag bundles, featuring best-selling products from across its popular magnetic construction range, that it will ship directly to customers for free. In a release, the company said: “Our drop-ship programme is designed to help support your remote business, as well as parents who are looking for toys that can help entertain their children at this very difficult time.”

Here’s how it works:

  1. Retailers simply add drop-ship orders to their Facebook page and/or website
  2. Click here to send Geomag the customer’s order
  3. Geomag will ship it for free, direct to the customers door.
  4. The retailer will receive tracking information and an invoice. Payment will be via usual terms.

The drop-ship bundle offer is also open to new customers – simply email Victoria to set up an account.


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