Ever think of starting a business by buying and selling used cd's, DVD's or video games that play like new? Well, now you can with CD Tradepost.
Inactive Franchise Profile — CD Tradepost
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CD Tradepost is a retail store combining a pre-owned entertainment product line with an innovative marketing approach to maximize your investment.
CD Tradepost provides an upscale and entertaining environment to not only buy compact disks, movies, and video games at about half the cost of new, but also sell, or "trade-in," the items customers are no longer using.
CD Tradepost helps bring to life the phrase, "one man's garbage is another man's treasure." As a franchise CD Tradepost will guide you through all the steps of securing a location, helping with the grand opening, and with all the training. All you need is a love for video games and movies, and the rest just falls into place.
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