Valdosta’s Video Warehouse closing its doors

| February 13, 2017

VALDOSTA – It’s an ending of an era for movie buffs in Valdosta.

After many years in business, Valdosta’s Video Warehouse is closing it’s doors.

Closing signs now fill every window of the store in the Perimeter Oaks Shopping Center.

“Video Warehouse and places like this are going to be a thing in the past eventually, but I love it,” says Annette Knight.

The closing makes only three stores left in Georgia, including one in Thomasville.

“I’ve been coming to Video Warehouse for years. A long time,” Knight adds.

It’s where she and her brother, Johnny Knight rent movies.

“I prefer to go to Video Warehouse because they have so many movies and I have no problem,” says Johnny.

Although there isn’t any known threat to the Thomasville location, they aren’t ready to say goodbye to any store they love and trust.

“It’s more convenient for me and I like the people that work there. They’re my friends,” Annette says.

Many in Valdosta are now remembering the memories made at Valdosta’s store by buying them in the form of DVD and VHS as a final farewell.

The store will closed by the end of this month.

(WCTV Eyewitness News)

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