A new online site for selling used items in Williams Lake was recently launched by Black Press.

A new online site for selling used items in Williams Lake was recently launched by Black Press.

Number one buy and sell site launches in Williams Lake

UsedEverywhere.com recently launched its popular buy and sell sites all over northern B.C. including here in Williams Lake.

  • Aug. 12, 2013 7:00 a.m.

It’s the largest Canadian-owned classified site in Victoria, Ottawa and PEI and now it’s coming to a screen near you. UsedEverywhere.com recently launched its popular buy and sell sites all over northern B.C. including here in Williams Lake.

UsedWilliamsLake.com is a 100 per cent family-friendly site, supervised by a 24-hour moderation team. Originally seen as a solution to keep used goods out of the landfill, UsedEverywhere.com sites have become a hub for local commerce and a great way to get rid of clutter and find bargains.

We’ve all heard the old adage, “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure” and nowhere else is it more true than on the UsedEverywhere.com sites. From cars, trucks and boats, to real estate rentals, furniture and gear for the kids, the buy and sell sites are prime hunting ground for the highest quality used goods.

“As the sites are moderated on an hourly basis, we can ensure secure transactions, minimum spam and family friendly content,” director of marketing,  Lacey Sheardown, explains. “As UsedWilliamsLake.com continues to grow, not only will we successfully keep unnecessary items out of the landfill, we will also build connections in our community by buying, selling and trading with our neighbours. This was always a central focus for UsedEverywhere.com. We understand how the digital age can create distance in communities, but by making transactions locally, we have a hand in hanging onto that ever important neighbourhood community.”

The UsedEverywhere.com family of sites are owned by Black Press and have some of the highest internet traffic in Canada, reaching over 51 million page views a month! Supported by a fun and informative blog and several social media channels, the sites are also popular in the USA and the United Kingdom. Currently UsedEverywhere.com is running a contest that gives you the chance to win one of four prizes worth $1,000. Simply list your items to sell, trade or give away in the household category of UsedWilliamsLake.com and you are automatically entered to win!


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