ROCHESTER HILLS, MI – Organize-It, a retailer for storage and organizational products, purchased specific assets only from on-line competitor The assets acquired include the domain name along with associated blogs, website code database and email list. Organize-It already operates and, making the Michigan-based company’s third website in the storage and organization genre. Organize-It will be taking the website concept to a whole new level with a new design, better service, and eventually an expansion of both the Organize-It and Stacks product mix.

Stacks and Stacks was operated from Northern California and offered products to organize homes, offices, and gardens since 1984. In 2010 was ranked 343 as part of the Internet Retailer Top 500 (500 largest e-commerce sites) but they had trouble maintaining that status and in March of 2014 ceased all operations. Organize-It was able to purchase the domain name and launch the new and improved site on May 3, 2014.

“We feel bad that customers were not able to purchase from the Stacks site for the last couple of months and hope that they come back and shop the Organize-It version of the site” says, Organize-It’s General Manager, Chris Nylen. “We loved the synergies between the two sites and know that had established a loyal following of customers which is hard to do in today’s competitive environment. That is why we made the investment in these assets” said Nylen. “We hope that with the redesigned site and the refocused storage and organization product mix, that we will exceed customers’ expectations” continued Nylen.

Organize-It, an independent storage and organization retailer, was founded in 1997, and offers a variety of storage and organizing products including closet organizers, kitchen gadgets, laundry organizers and other practical home, garage and office wares. Custom closets, including design and installation services, are also available at Organize-It’s Shelby Township, Michigan retail showroom. For more information about, go to or

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