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“Music Millennium has always been a community centre, if you go back in to the 50s and 60s, it was a place where, especially younger people, would gather. They could find out about new music, but they could also find out about all the cultural things that were going on at the time.” Terry Currier
"Even though I've been doing it for so long, it still doesn't really feel like a job, it's more of a passion, it's something I still enjoy doing everyday." Steve Meekings
“Independent record shops are important to a local community I think, a lot of them become a meeting place or kind of a cultural hub… being a place that shares music and art and things like that, I think is important to every community essentially.” Dan Drinkard
“It’s not work, it’s something I started because it’s precious to me, I love working in a record shop, I love meeting new people, I love turning people on to music” Jake Holloway.
“Over the last 10 years with Record Store Day and records becoming more popular and more mainstream, you see a lot of younger people, more women shopping for records and it’s really cool.” - Steven Williams
“I felt like I had a place where people understood my music taste and I could develop to find more stuff than I would have done on my own” – Cody