It is with the heaviest of hearts that we announce Naro Video will be ceasing current operations at the end of August.
We sincerely thank all of those who have supported us over the years. Serving you and our community while curating our expansive collection has been our greatest joy.
We will be closed Mondays in August, so take advantage of the extra day!
Our last day to rent will be August 18, all current rental policies apply. Due to our financial situation, we are unable to refund unused discount card squares- please contact us directly so other arrangements can be made.
Our last day open to the public will be August 25 for a farewell celebration.
We will have Naro Video merchandise and DVD/Blu-Rays for sale to cover our remaining expenses. We still have some Kickstarter rewards that were never picked up so please do so by August 4! At this time there are no plans to sell the collection or single titles from it.
Please email us at NaroExpandedVideo@gmail.com with any questions. Be aware that this decision does not affect Naro Cinema as we are two separate businesses.
Thank you again for your love and support in what has been a grand adventure!
The Movie Lover's Playground
For more than 20 years, Naro Video has made sure that our ever-growing collection of film and TV titles (currently over 42,000), ranging from the popular new releases to the hard to find and extremely rare, have been available to the Hampton Roads community. As online streaming services have encroached (despite their extremely limited selections) on the home video market, Naro Video was in danger of closing. However, a group of passionate business owners and community volunteers worked with owners Tim Cooper and Linda McGreevy to secure non-profit status for this neighborhood treasure. A successful Kickstarter in August 2017 showed how valuable our community considers Naro Video.
To continue providing this valuable source of film history, your donations and patronage ensure that this archival library stays accessible for generations to come.
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Former owners Tim Cooper and Linda McGreevy donated their entire collection of 42,000 movies to the community as an archival library.