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Ever wonder how brick-and-mortar versions of your favorite online retailers stack up? The Times recently spoke with Andy Dunn of Bonobos, who explained that the company's Guideshop is doing quite well: "The average in-store transaction was $360, double what it is online, and first-time store visitors buy again in 58 days, versus waiting 85 days between Web site purchases." Perhaps that has something to do with the free beer. [NYT]