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 email@example.com, or call Editor Tharon Giddens at (678) 750-5011.
June Banks tends the counter at Ludie’s.