LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) -- Lafayette home entertainment hot spot, Disc Replay, has re-opened for business after temporarily closing.
Disc Replay buys and sells high quality and gently used electronics, movies, and video games. The store announced its closing due to lease issues at the beginning of the year.
Since then, the store has come under new owners and had a resurgence of new product and merchandise.
Jack Clause, store manager, says he is relieved the store was able to make it through its tough time.
“It's a Lafayette staple, for sure, and we were really sad to see it go and lose our nerd safe haven here in Lafayette so we were really happy to hear we were going to be staying here,” said Clause. “The community has been really supportive and patient with us transitioning all of our inventory and reopening this store. We were closed for a couple of days but it's pretty full and ready to go again.”
Disc Replay has been operating in Lafayette since 2008.
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