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Caryopsis Timeline

1979: James S. Wentzel opens first Media World retail store in Anytown, Aa.

1980: Media World operates four television and home appliance stores in Anytown, Aa. Annual sales volume is approximately $1 million.

1981: Expands operations via licensed departments in mass merchandising discount stores around the country.

1982: Offers new service plan to customers. Media World loans customers a television if their set cannot be repaired in the home.

1984: Opens fifth conventional television and appliance store in the South Plaza Shopping Center in Anytown, Aa.

1985: Begins offering customers automotive and household supplies, appliances, children's toys, clothing, and gasoline.

1966: Opens sixth conventional television and appliance store in the Regional Mall Anytown, Aa. Sales reach $23 million for the fiscal year.

1989: Acquires Consumer Electronics, Inc., a retailer of audio and hi-fidelity equipment that operates four conventional stores in the Anytown, Aa., metropolitan area; nine licensed audio departments in mass merchandising stores.

Acquires The Media Mart, operating four television, appliance and furniture stores in AnotherTown.

1990: Acquires Woodland Appliances, Inc., operating five conventional television and appliance stores.

1991: Opens two specialty audio stores in Anytown, Aa.

1993: Opens five additional specialty audio stores.

1999: First personal computers hit Media World store shelves.

2002: Sales hit the $2 billion mark for the fiscal year.

2006: Media World exits the appliance business. The space once occupied by appliances creates room for new products, including DVD movies, video games and digital cameras.

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