Borders in Marlton closing for final ...

Borders in Marlton closing for final time

There are 1 comment on the CourierPostOnline story from Jan 7, 2011, titled Borders in Marlton closing for final time. In it, CourierPostOnline reports that:

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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Former employee

Morristown, NJ

#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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