Oxley’s Network Video to Close in March

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Oxley’s Network Video is closing, to the dismay of loyal customers of Brisbane’s last walk-in video store.

They announced their decision on social media recently, saying that they will be closing their doors in March, after eight years in business. They thanked their loyal customers for the support.

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Establishing the store in 2010 was a risky move for owners of the shop, considering that the industry at that time was slowly declining. In fact,the owner had the business on a three-year timeline, which kept getting pushed back as the shop gained a loyal following. Despite this impending closure, there are still plenty of people renting videos at the store, whose March closure has now been prompted by family issues.

Customers can still rent videos as of February, but later this month, they will start selling off their 14,000 titles. A lot of movie lovers in Oxley have expressed dismay over this planned closure because this is the only place where they can get videos which are not available on Australian streaming services.

Once Oxley’s Network Video closes, Ipswich and Logan will be the go-to places for customers looking for walk-in video stores.

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