Ace In The Hole Music Exchange

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Ace In The Hole Music Exchange
Ace In The Hole Music Exchange is listed in the Compact Discs Cassette Tapes & Records category in Columbus, Ohio. Displayed below is the only current social network for Ace In The Hole Music Exchange which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Ace In The Hole Music Exchange on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 62.

Contact information for Ace In The Hole Music Exchange is:
1153 Kenny Centre Mall
Columbus, OH 43220
(614) 457-5666

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Ace In The Hole Music Exchange has an overall ZapScore of 62. This means that Ace In The Hole Music Exchange has a higher ZapScore than 62% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Columbus, Ohio is 35 and in the Compact Discs Cassette Tapes & Records category is 41. Learn more about ZapScore.

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“Things change. The way people absorb media these days has definitely changed dramatically in the past couple of years. The writing has been on the wall since whenever Napster came out, back in 2001 or whatever,”
Haffa’s Records will permanently close it’s doors at the end of September, according to co-owner and longtime employee Andrew Lampela. “Things change. The way people absorb media these days has definitely changed dramatically in the past couple of years. The writing has been on the wall since whenev...

“It was, like, 100 degrees,” said Adams. “Vinyl can get warped at, like, 80 degrees, and it will never sound the same again. I knew I had to do something. So, I picked up a rock and threw it through the window. I just did what any other vinyl lover would do.”
Local hero and vinyl enthusiast Nate Adams broke a car window in order to save the overheating records resting in the backseat.