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The sign has been removed and there have been cars parked out in front of the store for a couple of weeks now. I wonder if something new is coming to this site.
There is a new home store located here now. They purchased most of the Circuit City fixtures and added a new sign. The store looks just like Circuit City did but without the electronics. This is apparently a start up furniture store, so it will be interesting to see if it lasts.
Wow. I used to work at the Deerbrook store back when it was the standalone location on Highway 59. I had no idea that it had moved to the mall.The sudden freefall of Circuit City in the last few years is both shocking and saddening, and even though I haven't worked for them in years (I got out of Dodge right before they decided to kill the appliance department), it's always held a bit of a soft spot in my heart because I worked there during a rough patch in my life and being at work helped me heal. It was also the first job that I had that lasted more than just a summer break; I was there for 5 years combined at both Deerbrook and the store in Norwalk, California. I visited the Norwalk store on the last day this year, and I almost cried as I saw how desolate everything looked.I'm still having a hard time processing that CC is gone. What's kind of ironic for me is that the domain and website was purchased by the company that I left CC for (and have since left as well).