Sells mass market audio, video, computers and digital cameras. [Description from dmoz]
J & R Electronics redefines block party. The company is a leading electronics retailer with 10 specialty electronics stores in the same New York City block. The stores make up one retail megastore, J & R Music and Computer World. The combined stores measure about 300,000 sq. ft. and are known for discount prices and customer service. The firm also sells its products online and through a catalog. J & R's merchandise includes audio and video products, computers, cameras, software, office products, music, movies, and games. The company also operates an in-store shop at Macy's in Herald Square. Co-owners Joe and Rachelle Friedman used their wedding money to finance the founding of J & R Electronics in 1971. [Description from Hoover's]
This site reaches over 507K U.S. monthly people.The typical visitor buys from asus.com and uses Shopzilla.
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