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Apr 1 2015

The Best Customer Experience with Crucial Vacuum

Hey Crucial fans. We here at Crucial Vacuum are always looking to provide the best customer experience possible for you, and the highest quality lowest price vacuum parts and accessories. For the past several years we’ve been achieving our goals by leaps and bounds.

We also look to provide as much helpful information to make your life easier whether its useful tips for maintaining your hardwood floors, tips for spring cleaning, or remedies for dealing with a cold.

We would like to take this moment to thank you and give ourselves a pat on the back as well for providing a wealth of valuable information and services. We would also like to feature some of our customers 5 star reviews that they’ve been so generous in sharing on our behalf:

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Mar 17 2015

Dyson Pop-Up Store Showcases Never Before Seen Products

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So who here thinks Dyson vacuums are amazing, both to look at and to vacuum with? I don’t know about you, but I for one think they’re pretty stylish. Dyson is basically the Apple of the vacuum world in both its design and innovative attitude towards its respected industry.

Well if you’re a Dyson fan and in the Chicago area the first ever U.S. based Dyson pop-up store opened and it will be running until April 30th.

 

We here at Crucial Vacuum had the pleasure of getting a first hand look at the store and it was rather spectacular and simplistic in its design.

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The purpose of this Dyson pop-up store is to showcase their latest products and give customers a hands on experience like never before. Considering the price of Dyson products this is a great opportunity for customers to see what all the fuss is when it comes to the vacuum giant.

As of now Dyson has permanent stores located in both the U.K. and Japan, but as for the future of other U.S. stores? This all depends on how well received this ‘test store’ goes in Chicago. If Dyson is anything its appealing and I’d expect this store to attract a lot of attention from consumers.

The Chicago Tribune goes into further detail about the store and Dyson’s desire to get in touch with their customers.

For those of you with Dyson products, or possibly looking to purchase one in the future look no further when it comes to replacement parts for your Dyson. As always we here at Crucial Vacuum got you covered.

 

Jun 18 2013

Oreck goes Bankrupt – Get your Oreck Vacuum Bags Here!

Oreck vacuum bags may be getting difficult to find. Oreck declared bankruptcy recently, however the Oreck family recently made a proposed bid of about $22M(USA today) for Oreck Corporation, and are as of now, the only bidder. This is big news for Oreck jobs spread across the country (more than 96 retail stores and franchised stores), because under current ownership, jobs have gone offshore.

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Nov 6 2012

Post Hurricane Crucial Relief with Red Cross: You Save, We Give

We’ve all seen the catastrophic damage caused by Hurricane Sandy.  People continue to be displaced with no electricity, no gas and major flooding.  One of the towns that was severely impacted was Little Ferry, NJ, which happens to be where our headquarters is located.  Our business office and warehouse were closed for one week after the hurricane.

Now that electricity and internet are running in our HQ, we are back to work but people in across the tri-state area still need our help.

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Aug 30 2012

Rap Rebuttal to the World’s Most Expensive $1 Million Dollar Gold-Plated Vacuum Cleaner

Supposedly there’s a $1,000,000 gold plated vacuum for sale that caters to the 1%.  So, I’m sure you’re thinking what I’m thinking.  A  one million dollar vacuum cleaner? Is that logical? Simple answer, No! If, I’m a billionaire and have all the riches in the world, the last thing on my mind would be cleaning and vacuum cleaners.  I would have maids take care of my mansion with a Dyson…..oh wait, I would have marble floors so I don’t need a vacuum.  But unfortunately, I’m not a billionaire and like most fall within the 99%.

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