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|29th May 2008, 19:23||#1|
Redbox Makes Progress in DVD Rental Business
I have rented VHS videos and DVDs for at least ten years so far, and have carefully watched the changes made to how we are able to rent and acquire new movies. Even though we're all used to seeing promotional advertisements for DVD rental services such as Blockbuster and Netflix, I have only recently started to use the Redbox DVD rental service found in grocery stores and restaurants.
Some of you will recognize the Redbox as a big, squarish red box that likely is located near one of the entrances of your local grocery or McDonald's fast food restaurant.
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