Marketing by Brewer's Best is for LHBS. Plug in your zip and get a local vendor.
Yes, AHS is a local vendor. But I suspect most of the Austin brewers know of you and you'd steer your walk-ins to Brewing on a Budget, or another appropriate kit.
Otherwise, you are looking for internet searchers.
Your strength with an internet browser is your 1010 recipes. You may not have sold any Long Trail Hit the Trail, but the page has 62 hits. [I found you all looking for SWMBO's request for a Redhook Double Black Stout clone.]
For your extra space, I'd set up a kit for every commercial clone that you can find (and an AHS for every style), and then stock every ingredient in small quantities.
That means more spices, herbs, flavorings, and other additives, like tamarind concentrate in my most recent brew (or brats if you do a Wild Wings kit).
For an example, as a regular AHS customer, I bought from Northern Brewer because they had Alexander Muscat. The recipe was a BYO for Dogfish Head Chateau Jiahu which is also in Calagione's "Extreme Brewing." You sell the book, but you don't have a kit for the recipe and you don't have the ingredients for the recipe. Those are missed opportunities: a small opportunity on the sale of Alexander Muscat and hawthorn berries; a big opportunity that a search of Chateau Jiahu could bring a searcher to the AHS website. Not only did I have to go another internet brew store for Alexander Muscat, but I had to go to an internet spice store to get hawthorn berry.