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February 7, 2013 10:18 AM

AVAC in Myrtle Beach the victim of big box competition, change in buyers’ habits

What may be Myrtle Beach’s last locally-owned electronics and appliance retail store likely will close for good in March, the victim of the recession, aggressive pricing by Asian television manufacturers and changes in consumer habits.

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