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Bose to close down all US & EU stores

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kuyttendaele
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kuyttendaele Posted: Thu, Jan 16 2020 2:38 PM
“Popular audio brand Bose has announced it is closing a significant number of its stores. The Verge reports that the company made the decision due to the popularity of online shopping and reduced consumer interest in brick-and-mortar stores.”

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vikinger replied on Thu, Jan 16 2020 3:18 PM

The original Bose Wave Radio was only available through mail order... in those pre-internet sales days.  Now they have the problem of trying to retreat from the Malls and High streets to revert to what they did 25 years ago.

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We have a Bose Store next to where I live and from what I can tell people visit the store to try out the products and then buy online. However, Bose also has pop-up stores inside major stores like Best Buy, where they focus on their portable systems and sound bars etc. Bose also tried and quickly exited the TV market several years ago...

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