Staying Power: Everybody's Records keeps the groove alive through 36 years of music industry changes

What does it take for a family business to survive and thrive for 25 years or more? Our weekly  feature shares the secrets to success of local businesses with staying power.

Back in 1978 vinyl was king. CDs, MP3s and streaming technology were not even a glimmer in the eye of the most forward-thinking record executive.

That was the year Everybody's Records opened its doors to Cincinnati’s music-loving population.

Owner Woody Dorsey said he and his staff share "a passion for music bordering on a sickness."

Become a WCPO Insider to read why Dorsey loves doing business in Pleasant Ridge, and what he believes is the secret to Everybody's staying power.


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