October 28, 2016 at 1:21 pm #58324
A reader recently reached out with a great question. How can you save money on a cash wrap?
Cash wraps can be expensive, even if you’re not getting something custom made. Plus, there usually a decent delivery fee and might also be some assembly charges. So it makes perfect sense to look for ways to save money on your cashwrap. The question is, how?
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Finding the right cashwrap can be tough. You’re trying to accommodate your aesthetic, your budget, and your timeline all at once.
If you’re looking to keep your cashcwrap budget as small as possible, you might consider looking up used office furniture sales in your area. A receptionist’s desk can often be perfectly functional as a cashwrap and they’re often discarded when a business moves or remodels.
With a little creativity (and maybe some inspiration from Pinterest) you can probably make a used receptionist desk look right in place at your retail store.November 11, 2016 at 1:56 pm #59425
Another reader recently asked if there was a specific name or terminology for the front paneling on a cash wrap. If there is, I am not away of it. Does anyone else know?