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Old 10-08-01, 03:15 PM
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Tower will stay in business...for now

Old 10-08-01, 05:04 PM
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I actually bought Play Misty For Me there today on-sale for 19.99 this morning. I was in Best Buy and Borders Sunday and didnt see it. After, I went to the mall and Sam Goody, Saturday Matinee or FYE and none of them had it.

While I dont buy much from Tower, I do like to browse there early in the morning before the other stores open.
Old 10-08-01, 05:24 PM
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I could care less. Tower already closed the Tower Books in Portland, which I used to shop at frequently. I could give or take Tower Music & Video, their prices are craptacular at best.

In other words, the damage has already been done
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As an ex-Tower employee, I would not shed a tear if they were to go under. I give them another two years (at best)with the way they operate.

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