September 16, 2019

Casa Video

One of the largest video stores left in the country provides a community-oriented movie experience to Tucson.
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In this day and age of streaming video, Netflix, HBO GO, and Hulu you might think the video rental store was dead, well, think again. Casa Video, as one of the largest video stores left in the country, is both staying the course and reinventing itself, by providing a community-oriented movie experience to Tucson.

Producer/Editor: Andrew Brown
Photographer: Nate Huffman
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