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  • Craig Whitaker

Does My Old Bose Lifestyle System Have Any Value?

With many of our clients upgrading their older Bose systems, we are often asked if the old system has any value. With the closing of the Bose stores, there are no trade-in programs available that we are aware of. Some customers have turned to E-Bay to sell their old equipment. Current pricing on E-Bay, depending on the age and condition of the system, runs between 15% and 25% of the original value. Another alternative if you don’t want the hassle of selling on E-Bay is to donate your system to a local non-profit such as a Veterans organization, Boys/Girls Club, or Church group. Not only would you be doing a kind deed, but you could also receive a tax deduction for your donation. If you would like to schedule a FREE consultation to upgrade your existing system or install a new Audio/Video system, please call 888-776-2763 or visit our website @ www.wbsouth.com.

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