K Town Specialty cuts ribbon on new bizWomen who golf, play tennis and enjoy other outdoor activities have a new destination in Farragut to find their sports apparel.
K Town Specialty, a sportswear, accessories and gift boutique, has opened for business at 620 Campbell Station Road, Suite 4, and joined Farragut West Knox Chamber of Com-merce.
“The Chamber has been so supportive of my efforts in getting established and guiding small businesses through networking events,” K Town Specialty owner Christine Schill-*eci said. “With women taking such an active role in playing golf and tennis, I decided to focus on these apparel lines.
“Selective in what we carry, you will find rich-quality apparel from EP Pro, Annika, Cutter & Buck, JoFit and Fairway & Greene,” she said.
The store caters to women from the smallest sizes to 22, she added. “You can experience the confidence at K Town Specialty, which offers the ability to see, feel and try on your favorite brands,” Schilleci said. read more
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