We all understand the combination retailer, from the Starbucks in the supermarket to the glorified-in-song Pizza Hut/Taco Bell. But a neighborhood video store with a tanning salon? Turns out these two aren't as odd a match as it would sound, according to our sister pub The Hollywood Reporter. Mom-and-pop video shops, beset by the same problems as behemoths like Blockbuster and Hollywood Video, are installing $15,000 tanning beds to drive foot traffic. And with Redbox, Netflix and on-demand breathing down their necks, the independently owned stores say they've found a lifeline. (It's not just the tanning but the ancillary stuff that's helping the bottom line, the entrepreneurs say.) These 10,000 small businesses have also started touting their early access to studio movies, something their competition can't claim, as marketers like Redbox have a 28-day wait before they can rent new releases. Might I suggest some crossover packages, like a bundle deal for tanning, the Jersey Shore DVD, the gym down the block and the dry cleaner next door? Worth a shot.