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Campbell Corporations, like yours, face a unique and very difficult situation when facing the disposal \ recycling of their used I.T. assets:
With a fragile and rapidly changing economic landscape facing Corporate America, companies face the issue of staying current with their technological needs while dealing with a fragile economic landscape, and doing this all with the concerns of proper recycling \ disposal concerns. We Will Buy It Now assist corporations with this difficult situation. We Will Buy It Now gives Corporations the ability to receive a much needed financial return for their high valued surplus technology \ computer equipment .
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Question 3: Why sell your used asset instead of recycling?
This is the easiest and most important of the three questions. Campbell Corporations can no longer afford not to receive a return on their high value used surplus computer \ technology equipment. Your Corporation, like most others, must receive a return to assist in the process of staying current with their technology needs.
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Known as the original home of eBay and its creator Pierre Omidyar, Campbell is a city in the Santa Clara County, California. It is considered part of the famous Silicon Valley but it is not a major player in the semiconductor and computer industry. It was for a time, the home of the Pruneyard Shopping Center, which was involved in a much publicized United States Supreme Court case that established how far one can go with the right to free speech in California.
The city of Campbell is bordered by Los Gatos in the South, A small part of Saratoga in the west and San Jose in the east and the north. The city has 2 big ponds that run the course of the city. These are the San Tomas Aquino Creek and Los Gatos Creek. These two ponds are affectionately called the Perc Ponds by the residents.
The Spanish partitioned about a third of Campbell in 1839. This was in part of the Alta California Rancho Rinconada de Los Gatos land grant. The grant included what is known as Rincon Avenue up to the north end of the John D. Morgan Park in central Campbell.
Campbell was founded by Benjamin Campbell. He came to California with his father William. They started a sawmill in Saratoga while looking into the possibility of getting work in San Jose and the Santa Clara Valley. He ended up buying 160 acres of land in the southern Santa Clara Valley and used it to plant hay and grain. This became what is known today as the Campbell’s historical downtown core.
In 1878, Camp bell sold his land to a railroad company at $5 an acre. About 9 years later, the first subdivision in Campbell was recorded. It was west of the railroad and started from Campbell Avenue until where the Water Tower Plaza now stands. Soon Campbell became the main area for shipping fruit that was grown in the area. The canneries and drying areas in Campbell began expanding until they formed the Campbell Fruit Growers’ Union. This was a well known canning cooperative that had its own 17 acre drying yard.
In 1952, Campbell was officially incorporated as a city in California. Soon the orchard lands and canneries were slowly replaced by houses, malls and small shops. Today, Campbell is known as a suburban residential area in the southern part of the Santa Clara Valley.
Campbell started off as a quaint farm town in the Santa Clara Valley. It has evolved into a suburban community, but has retained some of that old fashioned charm. The remains of her very interesting and colorful past are still on display in the heritage centers and museums all over Campbell. Here are a few interesting places to see if ever you are in the city, The Campbell Historical Museum, Stojanovich Family Park, Ansley House, Heritage Theater, Camera 7 Cinema, John D. Morgan Park, Los Gatos Creek Trail Park, and the Dubcich Farm to name a few.