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Re: Spokesperson for Quiet
> There's a store in Toronto that sells all kinds of "environment-friendly"
> products - and it's popular. I haven't seen their financial statements, but
> they're surviving.
> So why not a store for quiet products? "If you build it they will come."
Now we're talking about a whole different kettle of fish. A very
interesting and perhaps profitable venture. CCAN has a long-range plan to
compile a registry of quiet products. To house quiet products under one
roof is a great idea. Perhaps the best way to start out would be small
and then expand.
How would you deal with items like lawn mowers? Would you be selling the
quietest motorized mower or a reel mower, or both?
Vice President - Citizens' Coalition Against Noise
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