Christian Retailers Challenge Amazon, B&N.com For Internet Book Sales

July 2000
Book Publishing Report;07/17/2000, Vol. 25 Issue 28, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on electronic commerce initiatives launched by Christian retailers in the United States to capture a larger share of the Internet bookselling market. Launch of Parable Christian Stores' Private Label Sites Program; Rise in sales of iBelieve.com, the Internet spin-off of Family Christian Stores; Berean Christian Stores' plan to expand the number of products on its electronic commerce site.


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