Indeed, The shop I was talking about is in a City of around 220,000+ people. You'd think that although a small city, it'd be able to support a board-game shop, after all we have a Games Workshop or two and a Forbidden Planet, but no store that sells board games. The very fact that there isn't a chain that sells board-games in the same vein that the other two stores sell comics or Warhammer models, speaks volumes in itself.
On 06/08/07, Kimberly Terrill <kiter5@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
and ours isn;t too small town- I think the problem is the internet-- all these games can be fund almost half price online- and you have the convenience of shopping at home- which probably appeals to most of the gaming type people.
Maybe they need just a gaming hall- no selling games, just paying a table fee for a clean room with some tables.
(this is about how sad I felt when I got the letter from our old pediatician that he as closing his practice...)
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