About The Mailbox Stores
Mailbox Store and Business Center Developers is a MBCD Company
MBCD is the worlds largest independent business developer with over 4,000 stores opened. We offer six different turn key business concepts. Mailbox and Business Center Developers is on of our premeir business concept brands.
Our Mission Statement
Our pledge is to consistently exceed our clients’ expectations, provide superior value and long term support while maintaining the highest ethical standards.The company recognizes that the professionalism and dedication of each staff member are keys to the clients’ success.
A Legacy in The Retail Industry
James Wichert, owner and president of Discount Mailbox and Business Center Developers started in the industry in 1993 when he opened the first dollar store in Nevada. Shortly thereafter, he began to receive inquiries from customers and tourists about assisting them in opening stores throughout the United States. This became the beginning of the store development operations.The store development business has steadily grown and Mailbox and Business Center Developers was incorporated in 1995. Since he started in the business, Mr. Wichert has assisted over 4,000 individuals open stores throughout the United States, Canada, and worldwide.
Today, the company continues to grow at a fast pace. In 2012, Mr. Wichert projected opening 200 Dollar Stores every year throughout North America and this feat requires dedication and knowledge by all involved. Mr. Wichert is very pleased that the store owners are able to rely on his staff of experienced professionals. “The staff’s superior dedication is at the heart of Mailbox and Business Center Developers’s success,” states Mr. Wichert.
A History of Wholesale
Mr. Wichert also owns a large wholesale company which supplies over 18,000 products to its customers. The key feature of the wholesale company is that products made available to our network of stores has been hand selected by our wholesale experts. According to Mr. Wichert, “Buying product through the Internet or from catalogs is the same as buying sight unseen. How can anyone possibly negotiate the correct price of a product without seeing and touching it to determine both quality and value?”