Bookstore owners consider competition helpful

February 17, 2000

Despite the popularity of Christian products at secular retailers, managers of Christian book stores do not believe bigger stores like Wal-Mart and Books-A-Million represent a threat to their businesses. And, in some instances, the managers said the sale of Christian literature by other stores may help. Lew Burdette, owner of Kindred Inc., which opened in …
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