Play N Trade Franchisee Uses Community Involvement to Ensure Success, Opens Second Store in British Columbia
Play N Trade Franchisee Opens Second Store in British Columbia and Plans to Have Six to Eight Stores by 2011.
San Clemente, CA --(PR.com)-- Play N Trade Franchise, Inc, the largest video game franchise worldwide is excited to announce that franchisee Justin White will open his second store in Courtenay, British Columbia.
White opened his first store in Duncan, British Columbia in October of 2009 and immediately saw success due to his commitment to community involvement, customer service and knowledgeable employees.
"My store vision is geared towards creating a culture for our customers. Without them we wouldn't be here," says White. "So I have to attribute our success to the relationship that Play N Trade has made within the community."
White decided to open his own Play N Trade when he realized that the retail video game industry was vastly underserviced within his community. The closest competing store is located over 30 miles away.
Play N Trade Courtenay will celebrate its grand opening on June 19th and White has big plans for the event.
"This is literally going to be a red carpet event," says White. "Our local radio station will be present and we plan on raffling off a console every hour. There will also be a classic car show and the winner will receive a free console as well. It's all about giving back to the community."
White plans to open a third store in 2011 and projects to have six to eight stores up and running within the next three years.
About Play N Trade
Play N Trade is the largest video game franchise worldwide. It is also one of the fastest-growing franchises across all industries. The company provides exceptional training, support and marketing systems to its store owners, who in turn provide an outstanding customer experience for their shoppers that is unmatched by any other gaming franchise. Play N Trade sets itself apart from competing video game retailers by allowing customers to try any video game prior to purchase, participate in local and national tournaments, have their consoles and games repaired as well as buy, sell and trade video games.