"There's no question in the U.S. that traditional road maps are diminished," he said. "But there are other areas of the map industry that are thriving and even growing."
Paper maps: Amid GPS boom, nostalgia finds a place →
"The paper map was all you had back then," Bloom, 74, said from his merchandise table. "It was the only way to get around. It was a lot more of an adventure back then. Life was much more of an adventure."