JB HI-FI BOASTS STRONG SALES GROWTH

JB Hi-Fi profits from strong sales growth alongside The Good Guys acquisition and the collapse of the Dick Smith chain.

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Good Guys PhotoGood Guys: Good Guys is the second studio album by American country music singer Bucky Covington. It was released on September 11, 2012 via E1 Music. The album includes the singles "I Want My Life Back", "Gotta Be Somebody" , and "A Father's Love ", all of which Covington released for the defunct Lyric Street