Today marks the final full day for the book store in Columbia Crossing, which will soon be replaced by a Books-a-Million.
Borders is liquidating all of its 399 stores and gradually increased its discounts over the last few months.
Now, Borders in Columbia is offering 90 percent off of its merchandise and is selling all of the furniture within the store. Little remains as much of the store is closed off and a sparse number of books line the shelves.
A sign on the door Monday said "Last Full Business Day."
The two franchises settled on an agreement on Aug. 29 for Books-a-Million to take over the space, according to the Columbia Flier, and that location will be one of 14 Borders in the nation that will become a Books-a-Million.
Books-a-Million officials were unable to return phone calls Monday.
All of the Borders stores are expected to close by mid-September, after $100 million worth of inventory is sold off in the liquidation sales, according to MarketWatch.
Borders filed for bankruptcy in February of this year.