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Old 02-06-2012, 03:27 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by speakingtohe View Post
I could see Amazon/Kindle kiosk type stores doing well at airports and malls.
Especially airports where Apple stores already have a big presence.

Many of my book impulse buys have been at airports where I wanted something to read on plane and something to read at destination.

Would almost be silly for them to not give it a try. One can justify all kinds of purchases when one is flying off into the wild blue yonder.

Helen
That is an excellent idea. If it is inside the international terminal it is in a Tax Free Zone without any geo-restrictions. Set up a decent WiFi structure and Kindle holders can do downloads, and you can see how easy it would be to entice new customers based on the crowd gathering outside the store. Perhaps terminals for regular Amazon buying with a customer representative waiting for you at your destination with the goods you ordered.

A nice little gem Helen. You could sell it to Amazon.
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