George's Music Goes Online With Acquisition Of MusiciansBuy.com

June 2012
Music Trades;Jun2012, Vol. 160 Issue 5, p44
The article reports on issues related to George's Music Chain's acquisition of MusiciansBuy.com, an online m.i. retailer based in West Palm Beach, Florida. George Hines, president and founder of George's Music, said that the MusiciansBuy domain would be maintained and aggressively promoted. However, there are a lot of options being considered regarding how the two operations will work together.


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