Salem-Keizer video stores still exist

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Monday, October 21, 2013

Two of the three remaining Salem Blockbusters are closing this month, but the area still has a few video stores.

Those who prefer browsing aisles for the just the right movie to watch without staring at computer screens or standing at rental kiosks have at least two places to go: The remaining Blockbuster in West Salem and MR Video in Keizer.

“The little guy is still around,” said Terry Ricker, owner of MR Video.

Ricker opened his video rental store in 2010, the year large companies such as Hollywood Video and Blockbuster were going bankrupt.

Read more at The Statesman Journal.

 

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