Page’s Clarksville Sporting Goods To Close
The COVID-19 pandemic has claimed another team dealer casualty as Page’s Clarksville Sporting Goods, Clarksville, TN, will be going out of business on March 15.
According to a report in the local Clarksville Now by writer Neil Rye, the local sporting goods store has been a staple in the Clarksville community for more than 40 years, ever since Eddie Page and Robert Taylor decided to give back to the city through their shared passion of sports.
“With the pandemic and everything, it’s been a long year this past year,” manager Ronnie Page told Clarksville Now. “My mom Sue (Page) is the owner, and she’s retiring. My son has decided that he wants to go into something other than retail business. … I’ve done it for about 40 years now and I’m just a little on the tired side.”
Page’s Clarksville Sporting Goods has been a headquarters and specialty store dedicated to assisting teams, schools, business and churches with the customization of apparel, uniforms, trophies, plaques and monogramming.
“Servicing youth sports in Clarksville and Montgomery County,” Ronnie Page said of what he hopes the business is most remembered by. “We’ve made a lot of friends over the years and a lot of good relationships.”