I'd sell it to Corvus Belli.
Jokes aside, I'm noticing that a really big part of the problem, at least in my area, is that at least on a regional level it's run more like a boys club and less like a business. A lot of the managers are there primarily because they're buddies with the regional manager, and he looks after his friends. The manager of GW Sydney has completely tanked his own store over the last year and a half of his management, mainly due to the fact that he pissed off the entire veteran crowd. Before he came in, the store was doing great, it was full all the time and a couple of people on the inside reported that a month after this guys started sales plummeted. Nonetheless, he has remained safe throughout several recent redundancies, and I highly suspect this is because of his connection to the regional manager.
Beyond this, they need to reduce costs and pass savings on. Not everyone wants a million bits in the kits, and this is the justification I get when I point out price discrepancies- for instance 5 PAGK cost a comparable amount to 10 Tactical Marines, and apparently this is because of "ZOMG BITS!". They can sell bits separately and have more basic boxes; the amount of unused plastic that just sits in a hardware container under my bed is phenomenal. Just one thing that bugs me, don't like paying for extra shit.
Other than that... Fire? Not firing casuals, I mean actual hot, fiery fire.
Oh yeah, and drop brick and mortar outlets. They're unnecessarily expensive, and there are plenty of clubs or indie stores around to provide gaming space. By being both a manufacturer and a retailer, they only compete with their own wholesale customers.
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Last edited by coke123; 06-05-13 at 06:33 AM.