'End of an era': Coast business closes after 26 years

A SUNSHINE Coast business considered by many to be an icon has announced it is closing its doors after 26 years.

Network Video in Noosa will open for the final time on February 12.

During more than two decades trading, the business has employed many locals and welcomed "many local regulars".

The owners announced the closure on Facebook explaining the reason behind the disappointing decision.

"Many video stores have closed throughout Australia due to the change of technology and downloading and it is no longer viable to remain open," the Facebook post reads.

"We would like to take this opportunity to thank the local community and tourists for their support over the last 26 years of trading, especially our many weekly regulars.

"We apologise that we could not continue trading.

Network Video Noosa is closing down.
Network Video Noosa is closing down.

"This is a sad time for staff."

The owners asked customers to "come and say goodbye" and grab a bargain as part of the closing down sale.

"All stock and features must go."



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