Vancouver-area Movie Movers will close doors to both stores
After more than six years in the Vancouver area, used movie store Movie Movers will close the doors to both of its locations.
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#1 Dec 2, 2011
The story behind this is dubious; the majority owner is reportedly selling out to a mega-retailer (of new/used CD/DVD and games) who will soon be entering the area. My suspicion is that this is a made-up story and his stores are no longer sufficiently profitable and he wants to retire. Why would a California-based megastore operation give a damn about flea-sized competition? Why would they need to "buy him out"? I think his employees and minority owners are being hung out to dry while they wind down his business for him.
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