Burger's Market has been in business for 55 years.
Guitar Emporium has been open for 38 years.
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Two more well-known Louisville businesses will soon close.
The Guitar Emporium on Bardstown Road and Burger's Market will be closing their doors in March.
The two businesses will join a number of recent closings in the Highlands including Lynn's Paradise Cafe and John E.'s.
The owner of Guitar Emporium, Jimmy Brown, said of the 38-year-old business, "2012 was a great year, you know it's a successful business but it is just time to move on to other adventures."
Brothers Tony and Jeff Burger who own Burger's Market agreed. They said they are looking forward to spending more time with their grandchildren. The Burger's Market has been around since 1958. Tony Burger said, "For 40 years one of us has opened or closed this store every single day."
Guitar Emporium's last day of business is scheduled for March 9. Burger's Marker will close on March 16.
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