MVP055: How to move/renovate your local game store without going insane

MVP055: How to move/renovate your local game store without going insane

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Every owner of a profitable game store will eventually face a difficult decision. Do you move your store or do you expand? Well, lucky for you this episode of the Manaverse Podcast covers both! Gary Sproul from the Haunted Game Cafe and John Coviello come on to share their experiences with both sides of the coin.

John elected to move his entire store to another location and Gary chose to gobble up the retail space next to his existing one and expand. We cover the pros and cons of both approaches as well as tips for getting the job done either way without going bankrupt in the process.

 

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