|Founders||Daryl Butcher, Jason Meyer|
|Mike Ward, President|
Ken Goldstein, Executive Chairman
|Products||New and used media: books, DVDs, etc.|
Number of employees
|Parent||MMF Capital Management LLC, KCB Management LLC|
ThriftBooks is a large web-based used bookseller headquartered near Seattle, Washington. ThriftBooks sells used books, DVDs, CDs, VHS tapes, video games, and audio cassettes. ThriftBooks' business model "is based on achieving economies of scale through automation".
Selling over 165 million books since its inception in 2003, ThriftBooks is one of the largest sellers of used books in the U.S. It has seven warehouses across the United States.
ThriftBooks was founded in the summer of 2003 by Daryl Butcher and Jason Meyer. The two created software that allowed them to organize and list thousands of book titles per day.
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