I wonder if it would be worth going to the management
of these stores with the URLs for UG, Spielfrieks,
boardgamegeek, etc. It might open their eyes to a new
revenue stream. Anybody ever tried this?
I think I was at Go!, a while ago as well. It seems
like it's a chain and they probably get the same
inventory shipped to every store. Some of these
smaller gaming places could use some help, though.
--- "John P. Cataldo" <cataldoj@...
> My experiences at Go! are the same. The inventory
> isn't large, but they
> do have a wide variety of games, from party games to
> family and a few
> euro-games. And the few different employees I've
> met there all seemed
> fairly knowledgable about different games, and would
> openly admit that
> they knew nothing about a game if that was the case.
> > I've been to GO! The Game Store at the
> Cambridgeside Galleria. They
> have an
> > entire section devoted to different Monopolies,
> and they have many
> > uninspiring selectyions, but they also have
> Acquire, Axis and Allies,
> > of the Rings, some reasonably good card games and
> some higher-quality
> > games". The clerk working the day I was there was
> helping a mom choose a
> > game for a teenage son, and it seemed like he had
> actually PLAYED the
> > he was describing to her -
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