And they'll all be gone by January.
Once mighty video-rental giant Blockbuster announced yesterday that it plans to close its remaining 300 stores in the U.S. by mid-January, which raises a really interesting question: How is it possible that there are still 300 Blockbuster locations?
Here are the states where Blockbuster held out the longest:
And here are the cities that have more than one location. Note that San Antonio, the reigning king of the dying brand, has more Blockbusters alone than 40 entire states:
This post originally appeared on Quartz, an Atlantic partner site.