Philadelphia record store celebrates thier landmark 33-1/3 anniversary selling 33-1/3 RPM records exclusively.
Online PR News – 13-April-2010 – – For Immediate Release
Bryn Mawr, Pa. April 12, 2010
GOLD MILLION RECORDS STILL SPINNING AT 33-1/3 RPM
Hundreds of independently owned music stores across the country will participate in the third annual Record Store Day on Saturday, April 17, 2010, but one Philadelphia record store has even further cause for celebration.
Crowned the 2010 "King of Vinyl" by ABC Action News, Gold Million Records is celebrating their landmark 33-1/3 year anniversary. Significant because LP records spin at 33-1/3 RPM.
Started as Plastic Fantastic in 1976, with in-store appearances by The Talking Heads, Blondie, B-52's, Joan Jett, The Police, Ramones and scores of others, original owners Harold Gold & Max I. Million returned to their Bryn Mawr roots in 2004, with their re-named Gold Million Records.
Part gallery, part museum, and part record store, the unique Gold Million emporium features records, record players, and "Cool Stuff Made From Records"; their very own handcrafted line of clocks, bowls, tissue box holders, wine carriers, handbags, jewelry, and a variety of high-end home and desk accessories, all made with recycled records.
Recognized for their signature sense of style and design, "Rock 'n Roll meets Louis XIV", Gold Million has been awarded "Best Store Design" from the Main Line Times for three consecutive years, and their interior design was recently featured in the Home & Design section of the Philadelphia Inquirer Magazine.
So come celebrate at Gold Million Records where all new and used 33-1/3 LP's, picture discs, colored vinyl, box sets, and imports will be 33-1/3% off on Record Store Day, Saturday, April 17th, with extra anniversary specials throughout the year.
Be there, or be square.
Gold Million Records
851 Lancaster Avenue
Bryn Mawr, Pa. 19010
Max I. Million
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