Shopping local isn’t just another purchase crossed off your checklist; it’s an investment in your community. Sport Seasons has been around since 1988 and we’ve been honored to watch the Nashville and Knoxville areas grow and shift into what they are now because of you. When you shop local, not only is money being circulated back into the place you love, it’s also creating more jobs within the community and sustaining strong neighborhoods throughout the area.
Not only does shopping local benefit the community, you also get the personalized experience that you deserve. We’re not just selling products to strangers-we’re talking to our neighbors and friends. Since we live in the area, we know what’s in demand and you can find exactly what you need. It’s easy to feel like just another number in the corporate shopping world, but shopping local and family-owned businesses eliminates that and gives you the personalized attention you’ve been missing.
To celebrate the many advantages and rich contributions of local businesses, we’re officially instating Local Day on July 17th. We encourage all local businesses and customers to join us in celebrating our community! If you’re wondering what other local businesses are in the area, here are a few of our favorites:
Based out of Nashville, TN, Project 615 is on a mission to change the world with their apparel!
With their manufacturing company based out of Brentwood, Swiftwick creates high-quality socks made right in the USA. You can even pick up a pair at any of our locations!
Have an addiction to coffee? You can still shop local! Bongo Java is based in Nashville, TN and recently celebrated being in business for 25 years!
Nisolo is a socially conscience fashion company located right here in Nashville, TN!
Even the smallest local purchase makes a big difference. There are so many different products and brands that are committed to making the community better, and we’re proud to be a part of that! Don’t forget to mark your calendars for Local Day and, together, we can make a difference in the community.