The Blockbuster store in Bend, Ore., is the last to survive changes in technology and shopping that reshaped the way people watch movies at home. Fifteen years ago, Blockbuster had 9,000 busy stores.
Despite the changes, the store in Oregon has 4,000 account holders and adds a few new ones every day. “Such holdouts have bucked the norm in the retail and restaurant industries, which have shed
stores by the hundreds in recent years,” per The New York Times
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