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US Game Retail Stores

In other news....

I was shown some figures this evening for average sales in US Game Stores. Now I've known for a long while that Leisure Games (where I work) is one of the leading game stores in Britain and that the 'average' games store in America does about a tenth of our sales but the figures I was shown blew me away.

If they are correct (and they came from a leading retailer in the States) then Leisure Games is making over double the best sales figures that he knows of in the States. To say I'm pleased is an understatement and it makes our shiny new brochure I'm taking to GAMA even more interesting. In it we've disclosed last years turnover (translated into US Dollars) and it'll be mightily interesting to see the look on peoples faces after hearing tonights news ;-p

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jonnynexus
Mar. 10th, 2004 11:26 pm (UTC)
Well there are no sales taxes on books (as long as you don't put them in a box with a dice, at which point they become a game and thus suffer a 17.5% sales tax).

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