Uhhh, let's step back. Seems like every store I can think of is an interactive experience. One of the widely-accepted reasons that eCommerce is so attractive is that people like the option of interacting with their computer instead of flesh-and-blood Gap employees.
A while back, I essentially "subscribed" to a game company's product line. When they come out with a new game, I get a copy. I'll grant that that's not a store, per se, but it's just about as non-interactive a sales experience as I can imagine.
(Perhaps I should un-rile myself about "interactive". Later on in the hype, they use the word "edgy", appearantly without irony.)