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How does Reynolds stay in business?

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You know the place, right next to Civic Theatre on the Civil War monument side.

How do they do it? Perhaps they own their own building? In any case, I'm astounded and delighted that so many sporting goods customers abide by the "shop locally and non-chain-ishly" mantra.

Can anyone shed further light?

Long live Reynolds!

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...as was I. However, just about an hour ago, I was checking out the building next door and there were a few customers shopping in Reynold's. Not sure if that's the norm. Maybe they're keeping open with hopes of more traffic in the near future???

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They still do silk screen printing for T-shirts and hats. They also do many of the uniforms for different sports.

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They still do silk screen printing for T-shirts and hats. They also do many of the uniforms for different sports.

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When I had to buy 20 wooden baseball bats, he was the only one in town that had that many. Everyone else could only get me up to 5.

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You know the place, right next to Civic Theatre on the Civil War monument side.

How do they do it? Perhaps they own their own building? In any case, I'm astounded and delighted that so many sporting goods customers abide by the "shop locally and non-chain-ishly" mantra.

Can anyone shed further light?

Long live Reynolds!

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Thanks for your replies, everyone. I knew y'all would know!

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