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Financing and Layaway

Financing with Bob-White Systems:

We work with North Star Leasing to offer affordable financing for purchases as low as $1000.  
As a Vermont company, they know the realities of farming and are committed to helping businesses grow.
They can assist you with private purchases as well!
Click the button below to learn more and apply online:
Apply for Financing Online Bob-White Systems

Not sure if you're ready to finance equipment? Read this article to learn more!

Now offering our Layaway Program!


Layaway Option 1:

If the buyer puts down 25% of the cooler's current price plus shipping, BWS will reserve the cooler for 90 days.
Condition:  The buyer must make three payments (covering 25% each time) every 30 days for the next 90 days. 
If the buyer defaults on a payment, BWS will refund the total of the customer's payments less a restocking fee (equal to 5% of the cooler's current price).  There is no interest or prepayment penalty.
Layaway Option 2:
If the buyer puts down 50% of the cooler’s current price plus shipping, BWS will reserve the cooler for 90 days. 
Condition: The buyer must pay the balance of the price of the cooler within 90 days.
If the buyer fails to pay the balance within 90 days, BWS will refund the total dollar amount paid by the customer towards the cooler less a restocking fee (equal to 5% of the cooler's current price). There is no interest or prepayment penalty.  
Please Note: The buyer is responsible for making payments on or before the agreed-upon date(s). Payments may be made via credit card or check.

Call us to begin the process: 1-844-770-2777. It's easy & affordable!

Additional Funding Sources:

We also encourage our local customers to check out the Vermont Farm Fund.
The Vermont Farm Fund is a program of The Center for an Agricultural Economy:
"In partnership with Pete's Greens, we provide no-hassle, friendly-term loans to Vermont farmers and food producers.
A true revolving loan fund, as the community of recipients pays back their loans, funds are replenished for the next cycle of borrowers."








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