(PRWEB) August 22, 2006
With DVD rental kiosks taking the North American market by storm, industry analysts have confirmed that video rental stores are fading out of the picture. Focused almost entirely on new releases, DVDNow rental kiosks offer the same top 30 titles that generate 80% of revenue for a traditional video store.
Until recently the DVD rental kiosk landscape has been dominated by Redbox, The New Release and DVDPlay -- three large, well-financed companies. Each of these companies has raised millions to deploy terminals into corporate chains of grocery and convenience stores.
DVDNow Kiosks, Inc. is quickly and completely changing the landscape by offering their DVD rental kiosks to entrepreneurs with the foresight to jump into this exploding industry. According to Scott McInnes, CEO of DVDNow Kiosks, Inc. “Our focus is on building our network though the use of local owner operators. There’s no question that Red Box and DVDPlay are experiencing phenomenal results with growth many, many times the industry average of a traditional video store. We make it easy for a smaller entrepreneur to participate and profit from the explosive growth of the DVD rental kiosk industry.”
DVDNow completely eliminates the inconvenient and time consuming trip to a traditional video store by placing DVD rental kiosks where consumers are already visiting 2 to 3 times per week. “Our goal is to make renting a movie incredibly convenient for consumers,” said Scott McInnes, CEO of DVDNow Kiosks, Inc. “Our terminals are the perfect fit for grocery and convenience stores looking to increase customer loyalty and make better use out of underperforming parts of their stores.” There is a high demand from retailers for DVD rental terminals as each rental requires a second trip to the store to return the movie. DVDNow focuses on placing terminals into independent and smaller chains of grocery and convenience stores that have been largely ignored by these huge corporate rollouts.
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