BUFFALO, NY-- The iconic Record Theatre will soon close for good in Buffalo.
A going-out-of-business sale begins Monday, June 19th. All merchandise is 30% off.
The Main and Lafayette location will close its doors at the end of the month.
"It's sad, I've been here a lot of years of my life so they've got a ton of selection, ton of music so it's going to be sad to see them going," said long-time worker John Lucas.
"I've traveled around and I go to record stores all over the country and I feel this is the best one, like this whole area doesn't realize what a place this was," said another employee, Joe Igielinski. "There just aren't stores like this in big cities and they didn't realize what a jewel this store was."
Trustees says sales weren't high enough to keep the remaining location open.
Just a few months ago, Record Theatre closed it's University District location following the death of founder and owner Leonard Silver.
Record Theatre first opened in 1976.
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