Maybe Arcade Fire’s not as “stadium rock” as everyone surmised. Fine for us, though, since the band is now taking to Groupon to sell more tickets to their show at Wells Fargo Center on March 17. Snag a $22 seat here.
WHYY’s Newsworks has an interview with Amy Kunkle of Food for All in Mt. Airy. The market that specialized in food and goods for the allergy-sensitive is closing and at least to some extent, places the blame on Groupon. Over a three-month period Kunkle says the Groupon deal cost her nearly $10,000.
UPDATE: The store’s owner is upbeat with a number of people offering her loans. [Newsworks]
Groupon deal tanks Mt. Airy business [Newsworks]
Why Philly Restaurateurs Ge tGrouchy About Groupon [Philadelphia magazine]