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Bill Rector is headed for an odd reunion Oct. 1 when his Daily Record relocates to an office on the fourth floor of Mainstreet Market (Formerly MainStreet Mall). Rector and his company, Renaissance Properties, created the mall four years ago, but slow sales eventually chased off most retail tenants. Leader Federal Bank for Savings of Memphis now owns the building after foreclosing on it in May. The principal owner of The Daily Record, Rector is devoting himself full time to the business paper but says he hasn't totally given up real estate. With the move, The Daily Record will be making a number of changes according to business manager Rick Tilley. The Record now is offering an electronic version of the paper and will be accepting display advertising for its Aug. 31st issue. The publication also is publishing a two-page newsletter in its Friday edition from the Pulaski County Bar Association. Tilley says the newsletter has boosted Friday circulation from 620 to 2,000.

PHOTO : MEMORABLE LOCATION: The Daily Record's move to Mainstreet Market will be an odd reunion for Bill Rector.
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Title Annotation:Outtakes; The Daily Record moves back to Mainstreet Market
Publication:Arkansas Business
Date:Aug 27, 1990
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