Borders in Marlton closing for final time
After nearly 20 years in business, Borders bookstore in Marlton is selling its last novel and serving its final cup of Seattle's Best Coffee today.
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#1 Jan 12, 2011
I worked at this store for 5 years in the mid 90's. It was a wonderful place to work. I will miss it very much. They cared about their employees: we always got 2 days off in a row each week, so it felt like we got a weekend and we could dress how we liked. After working at Barnes and Noble years later, I must say that Borders had a better working environment.
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