Video Stores Still Alive and Kicking

Sunshine Coast Daily (Maroochydore, Australia), April 16, 2013 | Go to article overview

Video Stores Still Alive and Kicking


THE Maroochydore Video Ezy store has been rebranded with the Network Video name.

A local business, with many years experience in the video rental industry, bought the store and made the decision to switch brands based on greater C[pounds sterling]flexibility that Network offers its members in terms of running their store, their wayC[yen].

C[pounds sterling]Key benefits such as being able to offer their customers a wide product range, the best value for money when it comes to home entertainment, the ability to sell ex-rentals and so on, all contributed towards the new owners deciding to rebrand the store,C[yen] Network Group managing director Keran Wicks said.

C[pounds sterling]As local independent business owners, being able to drive their own business and call the shots as opposed to taking direction from a money-driven franchise, is in itself a big opportunity.

C[pounds sterling]Now, the new owners have the ability to react to its local communityCOs needs and implement new initiatives such as the Pee Wee Kids movie club.C[yen]

The new Network store has been taking on board feedback from customers, resulting in changes, including a service where discs are cleaned.

C[pounds sterling]On a wider level, the rebranding means that Network Video Co Maroochydore will start fresh, infusing their own vibe into the business both in-store and online.

C[pounds sterling]Locals will now be able to check the storeCOs website and Facebook page for regular updates and information about what promotions are running in-store.C[yen]

There are nine Network stores on the Sunshine Coast and more than 300 Australia-wide.

C[pounds sterling]We are no McVideo. …

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