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Quite so, Melissa. I had the pleasure of editing and voicing the radio spots for, what started out as, a two-store sporting goods company for 27 years. In that time we grew to be Canada's largest and most profitable sporting goods retailer (Sportchek).

The business was sold; the new owners dropped radio (and me) and sales dropped by 30%. They never fully recovered either.

It's an example of the kind of story that can be generated by influential and sometimes entertaining radio spot-buys.

- Ronald T. Robinson

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