Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Dick's - for all your sporting goods needs


I hadn't heard of Dick's until they set up shop in Ocala about a year ago. Now it's one of my favorite stores.

16 comments:

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

I should go into sporting goods stores more often, as it might encourage me to be more physically active.

Your post reminds me that I need to stop at Dick's to get new paddles for our outdoor ping pong table at our house in Scottsdale.

We do not have Dick's in our area of Costa Rica.

Memphis MOJO said...

Love the clouds and blue sky behind it - nice shot.

Olivier said...

belle enseigne et j'aime bien le logo

cieldequimper said...

I need a new 40 litres backpack. Can I find it there?

VP said...

Not a good client of sporting goods stores: some sneakers and sometimes a backpack.

Unseen Rajasthan said...

This seems to be a great shop for sports shopping !!Nice place !!

Bibi said...

Cheerful! Never heard of them either, but in Seattle there is a landmark Dick's Drive-In for hamburgers. Really good.

Jim Klenke said...

I love going into this store.

Sharon said...

I haven't been in one of these stores yet. I'll have to check it out.

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

Yes, I hate to promote retail, especially chain stores; however, when you find a store that you love, it is hard not to promote. Those puffy clouds are a great backdrop. Are you sure you weren't in North Carolina?

Jan
GDP

Small City Scenes said...

I was just going to say what Bibi said. Ah great minds.........MB

Daryl said...

Love that there are 3 balls there in his name .. he seems able to keep them all in the air at once ...

Per Stromsjo said...

Same story here, the occasional pair of sneakers. Come to think of it, I could use another pair of Stan Smith tennis shoes.

Kate said...

They must be all over the US!

√ Abraham Lincoln said...

The Dick's we had around here went out of business. Not sure why but suspect the location turned racial.

EG Wow said...

There's a Dick's in Rochester, New York too. :)

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