Ashland Living - Daily Independent Winter 2018 - Page 26

Borders Sporting Goods For those who prefer to spend their time in the great outdoors, Borders Sporting Goods could be the place to  nd an ideal gift item. The store has been providing “Those are always big on someone’s list,” he said. “We’ve also got a lot of knives, which are a popular gift, and  shing equipment — rods, reels, tackle boxes, etc. — and clothing, and  ashlights and other supplies… the list goes on.” Specials and promotions will be advertised over the Tri-State with hunting,  shing, archery and other the coming weeks. Keep up to date or order online outdoor equipment for decades. at borderssportinggoods.com. Like Borders Sporting Virgil Borders started the business in 1937 with a Gulf Goods on Facebook: @borderssportinggoods.ashland. Service Station. His son, Greg, expanded the product lines to feature hunting and  shing equipment in the 1980s. The current location has been in If you buy Borders Sporting Goods 5876 U.S. 60 • (606) 928-6326 Summit since 1999. According to manager Tyler Borders, the store has a massive collection of  rearms, ammo and security safes (including the largest Liberty Safe inventory on the East Store hours: Monday through Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (extended hours to be announced) - Dawn Nolan Coast available with  nancing). Borders Sporting Goods has been providing the Tri-State with hunting, fi shing, archery and other outdoor equipment for decades. Corbie Inspired by high-end department stores in New York and toddler, children and a UK section on another; gifts, and other metropolitan areas, Corbie Stull combined home decor, outdoor garden and Christmas items on a two of his businesses in Russell to open Corbie’s in third. There are also Kentucky-made products. the former Parsons Furniture building on Winchester “We have one entire  oor that is nothing but gifts Avenue in 2015 and two-thirds of our second  oor are antiques and The multi- oor building is broken up into sections: women’s, jewelry, handbags, contemporary/juniors, makeup, perfume and seasonal items on one; men’s and discount on another; lingerie, shoes, formal, baby collectables,” Stull said. “Our merchandise is rare but also reasonable.” Stull added Corbie will offer mark-downs on various items, such as faux leather and Vera Bradley