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            Record & CD & Tape Stores Industry
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                                    TABLE OF CONTENTS
         Users' Guide
         Industry Definition and Related Industries
         Industry Establishments, Sales & Employment Trends
         Industry Ratios
         2010 Establishments, Firms & Payroll
         2010 Industry Cost of Materials
         2010 Industry Inventories
         2010 Industry Rentals
         2010 Industry Capital Expenditures
         2010 Industry Other Expenses
         2011 U.S. States - Estimated Cost of Materials
         2011 U.S. States - Estimated Capital Expenditures
         2011 U.S. States - Estimated Other Expenses
         2012 U.S. States - Estimated Cost of Materials
         2012 U.S. States - Estimated Capital Expenditures
         2012 U.S. States - Estimated Other Expenses
         2011 U.S. Metropolitan Areas - Estimated Cost of Materials
         2011 U.S. Metropolitan Areas - Estimated Capital Expenditures
         2011 U.S. Metropolitan Areas - Estimated Other Expenses
         2012 U.S. Metropolitan Areas - Estimated Cost of Materials
         2012 U.S. Metropolitan Areas - Estimated Capital Expenditures
         2012 U.S. Metropolitan Areas - Estimated Other Expenses
         Definitions and Terms




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                   Record & CD & Tape Stores Industry
                             (NAICS 45122)

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               Record & CD & Tape Stores Industry
                         (NAICS 45122)

Industry Definition and Related Industries

NAICS 45122: Prerecorded Tape, Compact Disc, and Record Stores .
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in retailing new
prerecorded audio and video tapes, compact discs (CDs), and phonograph
records.

Related Industries
          Sound recording publishing
          Sheet music publishing
          Audio Video Production
          Music Group & Artists

U.S. Census Categories
NAICS 45122 – Record CD & Tape Stores is 100% comparable to
SIC 5735 – Record CD & Tape Stores


Sub-Industries
Record and prerecorded tape stores
Video discs and tapes, prerecorded
Video discs, prerecorded
Video tapes, prerecorded
Records, audio discs, and tapes
Audio tapes, prerecorded
Compact discs
Records




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Industry Establishments, Sales & Employment Trends

                                                            Year                                    Percent Chg. Year-to-Year
                                   2008        2009         2010          2011        2012         08-09 09-10 10-11 11-12
Establishments                        3,767        3,539        3,512       3,389        3,389       -6.0%        -0.8%       -3.5%         0.0%
Sales ($Millions)                     3,965        3,649        3,751       3,702        3,825       -8.0%         2.8%       -1.3%         3.3%
Employment                           30,755       28,927      28,656       27,547       27,549       -5.9%        -0.9%       -3.9%         0.0%




Industry Ratios

                                       Year                     Percent Chg. Year-to-Year
(Industry Averages) 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 08-09 09-10 10-11 11-12
Sales ($M)/Estab.       1.05     1.03      1.07    1.09    1.13  -2.1%    3.6%  2.3%   3.3%
Sales ($)/Emp.       128,912  126,131   130,904 134,407 138,846  -2.2%    3.8%  2.7%   3.3%
Emps. per Estab.          8.2      8.2      8.2     8.1     8.1   0.1%   -0.2% -0.4%   0.0%




2010 Establishments, Firms & Payroll

                                                 Employee Size of Firm or Establishment
                  2010                          1-4          5-9          10-19       20-99 100-499 500+                            Total
                                               Emps.        Emps.         Emps.       Emps. Emps. Emps.
Firms                                              1,517            442           0        115           14            9            2,097
Establishments                                     1,665        1,203         342          259            4            0            3,511
Payroll ($Millions)                                   32             31           0          46          30         144              283
HR Benefits ($M)                                      5.2           5.0        0.0           7.5        4.8        23.5              46.0
Health Insurance ($M)                                 2.6           2.5        0.0           3.8        2.4        11.8              23.2
Pension Plans ($M)                                    0.8           0.8        0.0           1.2        0.8          3.8             7.4
Contribution Plans ($M)                               0.4           0.4        0.0           0.6        0.4          1.9             3.8
Other HR Benefits ($M)                                3.7           3.5        0.0           5.3        3.4        16.5              32.4




* Firms (total company) are represented by employee size of firm.
 Establishments (individual locations) are represented by employee size of establishments.
 "Total establishments" do not include "unknown employees" so will not match "total establishments" in other parts of the report.




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               Record & CD & Tape Stores Industry
                         (NAICS 45122)


2010 Industry Cost of Materials

                                     Employee Size of Establishment
           2010                 1-4        5-9      10-19     20-99 100-499 500+         Total
                               Emps.      Emps.     Emps.     Emps. Emps. Emps.
Cost of Materials ($M)             37.7      95.3      50.4     104.0    9.6    0.0      297.0
Materials Used ($M)                13.4      33.8      17.8      36.8    3.4    0.0      105.2
Commission Expense ($M)             1.9       4.9       2.6       5.3    0.5    0.0       15.2
Contract Work ($M)                  5.2      13.1       6.9      14.3    1.3    0.0       40.9
Cost of Fuels ($M)                  1.6       4.1       2.2       4.5    0.4    0.0       12.8
Electricity ($M)                   15.6      39.4      20.8      43.0    4.0    0.0      122.8




2010 Industry Rentals

                                     Employee Size of Establishment
           2010                 1-4        5-9      10-19     20-99 100-499 500+         Total
                               Emps.      Emps.     Emps.     Emps. Emps. Emps.
Total Rentals ($M)                114.0     288.2     152.3     314.4   29.0    0.0      897.9
Building Rentals ($M)             111.6     282.1     149.1     307.7   28.4    0.0      878.8
Machinery Rentals ($M)              2.4       6.1       3.2       6.7    0.6    0.0       19.1




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               Record & CD & Tape Stores Industry
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2010 Industry Capital Expenditures

                                     Employee Size of Establishment
           2010                 1-4        5-9      10-19     20-99 100-499 500+         Total
                               Emps.      Emps.     Emps.     Emps. Emps. Emps.
Capital Expenditure ($M)            0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0    0.0    0.0        0.0
Buildings/Structures ($M)           0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0    0.0    0.0        0.0
Machinery/Equip. ($M)               0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0    0.0    0.0        0.0
Autos/Trucks ($M)                   0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0    0.0    0.0        0.0
Computer Equip ($M)                 0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0    0.0    0.0        0.0
Other Machinery ($M)                0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0    0.0    0.0        0.0
Total Depreciation ($M)            34.6      87.4      46.2      95.3    8.8    0.0      272.2




2010 Industry Other Expenses

                                     Employee Size of Establishment
           2010                 1-4        5-9      10-19     20-99 100-499 500+         Total
                               Emps.      Emps.     Emps.     Emps. Emps. Emps.
Other Expenses ($M)               180.7     456.8     241.3     498.2   46.0    0.0      1,422.9
Shipping/Storage ($M)              13.4      33.8      17.9      36.9    3.4    0.0      105.4
Expensed Equip. ($M)                2.0       5.1       2.7       5.6    0.5    0.0       15.9
Software ($M)                       2.3       5.9       3.1       6.4    0.6    0.0       18.3
Data Processing ($M)                1.3       3.3       1.7       3.6    0.3    0.0       10.3
Communication Svcs. ($M)            7.3      18.5       9.8      20.2    1.9    0.0       57.6
Repair/Maintenance ($M)            12.5      31.7      16.8      34.6    3.2    0.0       98.8
Waste Removal ($M)                  2.1       5.3       2.8       5.8    0.5    0.0       16.5
Advertising Expenses ($M)          42.1     106.4      56.2     116.0   10.7    0.0      331.4
Professional Svcs. ($M)            13.7      34.7      18.3      37.9    3.5    0.0      108.2
Taxes & Licenses ($M)              14.0      35.5      18.7      38.7    3.6    0.0      110.5
All Other Expenses ($M)            69.8     176.5      93.3     192.5   17.8    0.0      550.0




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                U.S. States – Estimated Cost of Materials ($Millions)
                                     Year: 2011
   Area Name           Materials Used   Commission    Contract Work   Cost of Fuels   Electricity    Total Cost of
                                         Expense                                                       Materials
U.S. Total                     110.5           16.0            42.9            13.5          129.0            312.0
Alabama                          0.8            0.1             0.3             0.1            0.9              2.2
Alaska                           0.2            0.0             0.1             0.0            0.2              0.5
Arizona                          2.6            0.4             1.0             0.3            3.1              7.4
Arkansas                         1.7            0.2             0.7             0.2            2.0              4.8
California                      15.3            2.2             6.0             1.9           17.9             43.3
Colorado                         2.1            0.3             0.8             0.3            2.5              6.0
Connecticut                      1.5            0.2             0.6             0.2            1.8              4.3
Delaware                         0.3            0.0             0.1             0.0            0.3              0.7

District of Columbia             0.4            0.1             0.1             0.0            0.4              1.1
Florida                          5.1            0.7             2.0             0.6            6.0             14.4
Georgia                          2.4            0.4             1.0             0.3            2.9              6.9
Hawaii                           0.5            0.1             0.2             0.1            0.6              1.5
Idaho                            1.3            0.2             0.5             0.2            1.5              3.6
Illinois                         2.9            0.4             1.1             0.4            3.4              8.1
Indiana                          1.6            0.2             0.6             0.2            1.9              4.5
Iowa                             0.7            0.1             0.3             0.1            0.9              2.1
Kansas                           1.6            0.2             0.6             0.2            1.9              4.6
Kentucky                         0.9            0.1             0.4             0.1            1.1              2.7
Louisiana                        0.8            0.1             0.3             0.1            0.9              2.3
Maine                            0.4            0.1             0.2             0.1            0.5              1.3
Maryland                         2.8            0.4             1.1             0.3            3.3              7.9
Massachusetts                    3.1            0.4             1.2             0.4            3.6              8.6
Michigan                         2.0            0.3             0.8             0.2            2.3              5.5
Minnesota                        1.4            0.2             0.5             0.2            1.6              4.0
Mississippi                      0.5            0.1             0.2             0.1            0.6              1.4
Missouri                         2.3            0.3             0.9             0.3            2.7              6.5
Montana                          1.2            0.2             0.5             0.2            1.5              3.5
Nebraska                         0.8            0.1             0.3             0.1            0.9              2.1
Nevada                           0.6            0.1             0.2             0.1            0.7              
								
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