Bob Cole says the outlet is a great way for his business to make some money on items that are hard to sell, especially when changing technology quickly makes them obsolete.
"What is brand-new today is real old-fashoned in three months," Cole explains. "So, we have product that's been opened, people have looked at it, maybe they wanted a different color, a different size, a smaller size and we have to do something with it and we have to do something with it quickly."
And just how good are the deals? Three leather entertainment room chairs that were originally $3000 each are on sale for $1000 for the set. A Samsung Blu-Ray player that was $349 is just $129 . A Harman Kardon iPod tabletop radio that was $299 is on sale for $115. And an 82-inch 3D television, with four sets of glasses that was $6000 is on sale for $2200.
The showroom isn't fancy, but if you can pick up a 60-inch TV for the retail price of 42-inch one, picking through the boxes and shelves can be worth it.
And the salespeople are definitely willing to negotiate on price.
The World Wide Stereo Outlet is open on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. It's located at 104 E. Vine Street, Hatfield, Pa., behind the corporate offices.
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