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SMALL BUSINESS; ENTERPRISE ZONE: Lessons and Insight on Southland Businesses; The Strategist Next Door; PC Club Finds Its Niche by Sticking Close to Its Rivals
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Los Angeles Times - Los Angeles, Calif.
Subjects: Computer stores; Location of industry; Competition; Small business; Corporate profiles; Entrepreneurs; Personal computers; Retail stores
Author: Stavro, Barry
Date: Jun 30, 1999
Start Page: 1
Section: Business; PART- C; Financial Desk
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Jackson Lan tested his daring business model by opening his first PC Club store only 50 yards from a CompUSA superstore. Seven years and 18 additional PC Clubs later, Lan is sticking to his copycat location strategy. His PC Club stores are usually within walking distance of CompUSA, Best Buy or Fry's Electronics.

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