Large video and DVD super store. Provides a store locator for rentals. Keyword searchable. [Description from dmoz]
When it comes to renting movies, this company is a Blockbuster. Blockbuster is the world's largest video rental chain, with more than 7,400 company-owned or franchised stores in more than 20 countries (about 60% are in the US). The chain rents more than 1 billion videos, DVDs, and video games at its Blockbuster Video outlets each year. Customers also can make rentals, purchases, and watch instant downloads through its Web site, Blockbuster Online, which competes head to head with the likes of Netflix. The company is closing struggling stores and has announced plans to divest its foreign operations (about a third of revenues) and focus on North American business. [Description from Hoover's]
This site reaches over 1.1 million U.S. monthly people.The typical visitor visits aigdirect.com, uses netquote.com, and is insured by State Fram.
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