Urban Spirit! Independent Distributor Starter Kit

Sale price Price $99.99 Regular price

Select the Independent Distributor Kit and receive a 50% discount on all of your future orders of Urban Spirit Publishing Company's products. Every Bible and Book that we publish is now available to you at a 50% discount. Inside of your kit will be $200.00 dollars or more of our fine Bibles and books that you can sell right away. When you sell them at the full price, you earn $99.00 profit.

Also included are promotional materials,order form, flyers and your insiders access to all new and upcoming product releases. The US Independent distributor kit has everything you need to get started selling right away. Most distributors do well selling the Bibles to their friends, families, co-workers and church-members. You can even sell them at book tables, special events, churches, barber shops and beauty shops all across the country. There is no limit to your success!

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Industry Information

According to statistics released recently, religious books were the publishing industry’s fastest-growing category, with Bible sales alone exceeding 25 million copies annually. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg for the $4.5 billion Christian products industry,* which runs the gamut from Bibles, books and videos to toys and games.


2002: Of the $23.7 billion spent on books, only $10.7 billion is spent in bookstores. The non-traditional outlets sell more books. –Tami DePalma, Marketability.


Women buy 68% of all books. –Lou Aronica, Senior V-P Avon Books. Publishers Weekly, March 22, 1999.


Only 32% of the U.S. population has ever been in a bookstore. –David Godine, Publisher.


African Americans owned 4.5 Bibles per household, compared to the national average of 3.9 in 2003, according to the latest survey from Zondervan.


About 65 percent of African Americans report that they read their Bibles frequently, compared to the national average of 40 percent.