But come this Monday, July 16, the store in Bend, Oregon, will be the only one left.
Blockbuster Alaska District Manager Kelli Vey and General Manager Kevin Daymude took to Facebook to issue the following message regarding the Alaskan closures. "If you'd asked me 14 years ago, there's no way I'd thought we'd be the last one".
While the stores struggled to stay in business, the closures sparked media coverage and public despair.
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For years now in Alaska, announcements have cropped up every few months that another Blockbuster will shut its doors.
The two remaining stores are located in Fairbanks on College Road and Anchorage on Debarr Road. They were long bolstered by nostalgia as well as remote communities with a lack of high-speed Internet access for streaming video.
The company filed for bankruptcy protection in 2010 and parent firm Dish Network started closing USA stores in 2013.
The Blockbuster company filed for bankruptcy in 2010, and most of its stores shuttered soon after. Alaska had 15 stores in its heyday, some of which began closing in the early 2000's. While most states got rid of them years ago, Alaska was still holding onto the largest cluster of Blockbusters. He also sent John Oliver movies featuring the memorabilia as a thank you. Despite the fact both locations are still pulling a profit, owner Alan Payne says it no longer makes sense to renew either store's leases, which expire in August.