Back to school week is finally here, and DealYard is ready with a barrage of great sales designed to make the transition from summer to fall easier on both child and parent. The warehouses are currently being emptied of all summer clearance inventory, and DealYard has dramatically slashed prices on a host of merchandise.

DealYard’s own Rob Heller, founder and CEO, reminisced on his own experiences as a child. “I remember going back to school in the fall being fresh and exciting, but also filled with anxiety because I didn’t know what the day would bring or how it would end. When I began having children of my own, I realized that I was having the exact same feelings! And likely so were they. So it was an interesting time for everyone.”

Heller decided to create DealYard back in 2003, and the idea has spread into a vast online network that has produced great sales for over a decade. With decades of experience in retail and business management beyond that, Heller paired DealYard with other online retailers such as eBay and Amazon, and spread internationally to distant countries such as Germany and Thailand. For the past six months, DealYard’s plans for growth have experienced advancement on a grand scale, and the company is planning several announcements in the coming months. This holiday season is sure to be an explosive one for the internet phenomenon.

In celebration of back to school week, DealYard is planning to continue its push to clear out inventory while also dropping great sales on new products and brands such as Wolfgang Puck pressure cookers, Smith Optics sunglasses, and awesome Delta faucets. Customers can also look forward to a steady flow of great daily, weekly, and monthly deals delivered directly to their email inboxes just in time for the first day of school.

Before the kids go back to school, parents should make sure they’re completely prepared. And DealYard would urge customers to do a little something for themselves as well, as the back to school period can be difficult for all. Rob Heller had this to say of the experience: “On one hand, I always experience a significant sigh of relief when they step onto the bus…but on the other, I’m completely terrified.”