Best Buy is pulling CDs from stores this summer, according to a report in Bllboard Magazine.
As digital downloads become more popular, sales of CDs have been declining all over the world, and large music stores like Tower and Sam Goody have gone out of business.
Then and Now Records in San Marco has been in business for almost 30 years.
"I just love dealing with the people," said owner Bill Brueck.
But in that time, he's seen a lot of locally-owned stores close.
"I've never talked to a record dealer who got rich," Brueck said.
On Wednesday, news spread through the store about Best Buy's reported change.
"I don't want to give my money to Best Buy," said shopper Lindsey Erwin. "I'd rather give it to places like this."
Erwin said she prefers finding rare and older albums you won't find in a chain store, and seeing the artwork and autographed albums on the walls.
"I love that this is here and it's not a Best Buy," Erwin said.
Best Buy did not let First Coast News record inside any of the local stores and a spokesperson said the company is not commenting on CD sales.