- Nov. 22, 2011 -
eAhoy, the ecommerce community-driven marketplace, announced today the launch of its GeoGarage™, a virtual web-based garage sale platform. The GeoGarage™ features a video component providing sellers the opportunity to easily upload a video of their products or garage sale items. This feature also provides a unique fundraising tool for non-profit organizations to effectively monetize their outreach. The GeoGarage™ is a new addition to the eAhoy ecommerce free offerings which include stores, websites, classifieds and events.
“The GeoGarage™ includes a video feature where sellers can upload a video commercial of their items and reach a wide audience with a visual shopping experience,”
said Eric Schikore, executive vice president of eAhoy. “It's a virtual garage sale 24/7/365. Anyone can easily use the GeoGarage™, including non-profits, schools and churches. These community organizations now have an outlet to sell donated items and raise money for their cause,” said Schikore.
Sellers can post photos, information and pricing for each item. The video feature of GeoGarage™ is a new way to demonstrate and sell garage sale items, often missing in photo-only type shopping websites.
Headquartered in Grass Valley, California, eAhoy is a geo-targeted, social commerce marketplace and hosting platform for small businesses and individuals to sell, shop and connect in any geographic location. eAhoy.com provides a host of free services including web hosting, websites, shopping and selling platforms, events and classified listings. To learn more, visit http://www.eahoy.com
, or follow them on Facebook, http://www.facebook.com/eAhoy
, or Twitter, @eahoy.