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2204 Elm St., Cov­ing­ton

WHAT’S THERE All kinds of sport ac­ces­sories along with school let­ter­men jack­ets and team uni­forms

BEST SELLER “Soft­ball and base­ball items,” says June Banks, “be­cause both adults and chil­dren en­joy play­ing the sport.” YEARS IN BUSI­NESS 29 years, 14 years in cur­rent lo­ca­tion

OR­GINS “My brother-in-law and sis­ter de­cided to open the store in 1981. It started in the New­ton Plaza and then re­lo­cated here,” she said.

JUNE’S QUOTE “We ap­pre­ci­ate all of our cus­tomers and do ev­ery­thing in our power for them to have ev­ery­thing they need.”

HOURS 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon­day-Fri­day; closed week­ends.

IT’S A FAM­ILY BUSI­NESS Ludie’s has been in the fam­ily and has been passed down to cur­rent owner Reg­gie



Call (770) 787-3014

Com­piled by Joy Bratcher. Be­hind the Counter is a weekly pro­file of some­one on the job in New­ton County. Nom­i­nate a sub­ject for a pro­file by email to tgid­dens@cov­, or call Edi­tor Tharon Gid­dens at (678) 750-5011.

Joy Bratcher / The Cov­ing­ton News

June Banks tends the counter at Ludie’s.

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