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    #16
    Re: VUDU PR??

    The question is what does a sales person at CircuitCity, Bestbuy, or CompUSA know about up and coming technolgoy products? They are not the sharpest knives in the drawer.

    Originally posted by mag12203 View Post
    I found a write up about Vudu in the October issue of Popular Science and another review on Cnet. Almost everyone I have spoken with at CC, Bestbuy and Comp USA never of the company or the concept.

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      #17
      Re: VUDU PR??

      Originally posted by RonV View Post
      The question is what does a sales person at CircuitCity, Bestbuy, or CompUSA know about up and coming technolgoy products? They are not the sharpest knives in the drawer.
      That's what I was going to say!

      CompUSA sales people are so good that the nearest store to Chicago is now in Jefferson City, Missouri or someplace in Ohio...

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        #18
        Re: VUDU PR??

        Correct...I usually know more than they do in those stores...why I bother who knows...BUT maybe something could be done by VUDU to educate the masses..:-)

        How about touring with a VUDU team to show everyone? face to face time with customers gets you great visibility!

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          #19
          Re: VUDU PR??

          Originally posted by metallus2000 View Post
          Correct...I usually know more than they do in those stores...why I bother who knows...BUT maybe something could be done by VUDU to educate the masses..:-)

          How about touring with a VUDU team to show everyone? face to face time with customers gets you great visibility!
          If you live in the Bay Area, there are some malls now with Vudu kiosks open. More of these are planned as time goes on and gets closer to the Holiday season...

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            #20
            Re: VUDU PR??

            Originally posted by NA9D View Post
            If you live in the Bay Area, there are some malls now with Vudu kiosks open. More of these are planned as time goes on and gets closer to the Holiday season...
            What malls are they in? I'd like to check one out.

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              #21
              Re: VUDU PR??

              As far as I know there is one Kiosk at Valley Fair in San Jose and one in a mall in Roseville (not sure what the name of the mall there is).

              Hagen.

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                #22
                Re: VUDU PR??

                Westfield Valley Fair and Galleria in Roseville are currently open. They should have San Francisco and Century City locations open sooon.

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                  #23
                  Re: VUDU PR??

                  Maybe they'll make it to the east coast eventually....

                  I wonder if Vudu will ever show up in botique stores like Hammecher Schlemmer, Brookstone, etc ....

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                    #24
                    Re: VUDU PR??

                    Originally posted by mbustin View Post
                    Maybe they'll make it to the east coast eventually....

                    I wonder if Vudu will ever show up in botique stores like Hammecher Schlemmer, Brookstone, etc ....
                    Tyson's Corner is SO ready for one of these, isn't it? And it would be cool to see one in the old Post Office building in DC. Not to mention White Flint is pretty upscale, and I'll be working across the street from there in February or March.

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                      #25
                      Re: VUDU PR??

                      Originally posted by mbustin View Post
                      Maybe they'll make it to the east coast eventually....

                      I wonder if Vudu will ever show up in botique stores like Hammecher Schlemmer, Brookstone, etc ....
                      I think the plan long term is to eventually make it into place like Best Buy and Circuit City. But I doubt Vudu could handle that sort of supply chain requirements at this point...So I think their ramp it up slow approach is wise.

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                        #26
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                        Originally posted by MaxH View Post
                        Tyson's Corner is SO ready for one of these, isn't it? And it would be cool to see one in the old Post Office building in DC. Not to mention White Flint is pretty upscale, and I'll be working across the street from there in February or March.
                        Yeah, Tysons II and White Flint definately upscale ... nice work environment!

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