BOISE, Idaho — For over four decades, the Treasure Valley has gone to one downtown Boise store for all their music needs. The Record Exchange has been selling vinyls, CD's, cassette tapes and much more for 42 years.
After shutting down operations in March, the downtown landmark will open to customers Wednesday. There will be quite a few changes that should keep shoppers and employees safe.
"We've been hearing a lot from people on social and texts and everything. 'when will you open, when are you opening,' and it's really exciting to be able to invite people back in and to see our regular customers and start talking music again," said Chad Dryden, Marketing and Promotions Director at The Record Exchange.
If you need to get your vinyl fix, you have to wear a face mask and maintain social distancing guidelines. Only ten shoppers will be allowed in at a time and you must use hand sanitizer before heading inside. Only electronic payment methods will be accepted at this time. You can also call the store or order online if you would prefer to stay home.