“Our Blockbuster store is open for the incredible local community in Bend and we are grateful for the support of those outside of our town when the coronavirus pandemic has affected operations. Our business, “she wrote on Airbnb. “To celebrate and support it in this tradition of support, Airbnb will donate to the Central Oregon Humanitarian Association, our longtime partner.”
Harding says guests will have their own store entirely and everything will be thoroughly cleaned between visits, following CDC’s recommendations.
“We’ve created the perfect space with a pull-out couch, bean bag and pillow so you can be more comfortable with ‘new release’ from the 90s,” says Airbnb. “Open up a two-liter Pepsi before you go into a video game, chart your future in a MASH game or watch movie after movie. But be wary reading” Bloody Mary. “In the staff bathroom outside the break room, as you might summon the rumored ghost that haunts the store. And help yourself with some NERDS, Raisinets and popcorn (plenty of butter), but be sure say you save space for a few moments. “
After sleeping, the living room will be re-arranged in Blockbuster for a limited time and customers can check in by themselves during store opening hours.