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POLL: Should More Retailers Adopt the GW Model?


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
definitely
113
23%
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probably
162
33%
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not sure
47
10%
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probably not
41
8%
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definitely not
87
18%
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no opinion
13
3%
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don't know what the GW model is
28
6%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

In MWAN 131, Michael S. Cosentino remarks:

Everyone wants to be part of a winning team and not a loser. Just look at what some call the "evil empire," Games Workshop, does with their outrider program and their stores. The terrain is first-class and the figures are exceptional, both in the casting and painting. They encourage young people to play in the stores and offer painting classes and information on how to build and collect an army...

The store that I have the most contact with is the Last Square in my area. They have adopted some of the Games Workshop model and seem to have a following of kids who come to play on a regular basis.

Should more retailers adopt the GW model?