A sad tale is coming to an end for 30% of the stores of Borders, the bookseller chain facing difficulty in a tough economy and digital book selling.
The Chino and Montclair locations are being shut down, but if you like having a choice in where you buy your books can consider the Rancho Cucamonga location. Maybe the Barnes and Noble store in Montclair will get more business and will want to hire 1 or 2 more people due to the loss of the Montclair borders store.
The Borders company is calling it right-sizing, but actually it is down sizing.
Also its ironic that the people who run and manage the company have delusions of grandeur thinking they could afford to buy the Barnes and Noble chain.
And with bankruptcies you should use up your gift cards as soon as possible.