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Where Closings Lead

Instead of inwardly speculating on the possible residual spill-over effect on my still-standing store to closings in other regions, I see it as another cluster of people who will now become skilled in the art of online ordering.

Opening a store in an area where there has not been one for as little as six months would be risky; the if the period is twelve months, you would have to work so hard to reverse purchasing patterns of people who are regular Christian book, Bible and music customers. If it was more than twelve months, the prospects are daunting but not impossible if you understand the odds going in.

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