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Old 11-03-2011, 11:05 AM   #19
murraypaul
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Also important for people outside the UK to realise that WHS is not really a bookstore in the sense that B&N is. It sells books, magazines and newspapers yes, but it also sells sweets, art supplies, office supplies, back to school supplies, board games, toys, electronics, and so on.
While B&N may sell non-book items, they are primarily a book store, who also sell other things. WHS is primarily an other-things store, who also sell books.
You aren't going to get specialist book, let alone ebook, knowledge from WHS sales people.

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