Memorable Stores That Don’t Exist Anymore

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Stores often come and go, but some of them hold high esteem in your past. These stores have finished their glory days and you probably won’t see them anywhere anymore.
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Kay-Bee Toys

Kids of the 80s and 90s will remember persuing Kay-Bee Toys for all the latest and greatest toys.
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5*7*9

This clothing store was a staple at malls all over the place, but the store that once sold tiny sizes is no more.
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Waldenbooks

This small bookstore thrived in malls and stand alone locations for many years, but couldn’t compete with Barnes and Noble and the invention of the Nook and Kindle.
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The Toy Works

Here’s at toy store and many kids recall with fondness. Their logo was certainly a memorable one and many were sad when the store was bought out in the late 90s.
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Contempo Casuals

This mall store was super popular for years, but you won’t find it anywhere anymore. It’s been replaced by places like Forever 21 and H&M.
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Mervyn’s

This department store once sold a little bit of everything, but the company went bankrupt and you won’t see a Mervyn’s anywhere these days.
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Warner Bros.

Unlike the Disney store, Warner Bros. only lasted about 10 years before closing its doors. In that time, many kids snapped up the latest logo merchandise.
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Gadzooks

This once popular clothing store is one that malls don’t have anymore, but is often remembered with fondness.
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Sam Goody

In the years before music downloads and iPods, people would shop at Sam Goody for all the latest albums and CDs.
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Circuit City

With the change in technology, Circuit City coulnd’t avoid banruptcy and there are no more of them left these days.
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