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    do you have to have a brick & mortar store to list in reginal?

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    Well.. it depends largely on the exact nature of the business, but yes, in almost all cases you would need a bricks-and-mortar presence for a regional listing.

    Not everything listed in Regional requires that - but there must be some relevance to the locality. For example, a web designer might not have a physical office, but if they offer a service for local businesses it would be relevant. If you were a major employer with a factory or distribution facility then that might be relevant too.

    But if you're just a small mail order operation then the answer would probably be no.
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