In a period when we are living the majority of our lives through computer screens at home, finding a way to get outside and stay active is more important now than ever. Hopefully, everyone who’s been working from home and experiencing their social interactions through video chat have managed to incorporate fresh air and exercise into their daily routines. In either case, Stripe 3 Adidas (located in downtown College Park, on Baltimore Avenue) is a great place for the surrounding community to find the apparel and equipment they need to stay healthy and active.
Ever since Stripe 3 physically closed in March, the owners of this local sports outfitter have continued working hard to promote health and wellness for their customers virtually. In the past several months, they’ve supplied many customers with Adidas brand shoes and apparel for walking, running, and other types of fitness. When it comes to sports, tennis in particular has become a popular pastime among community members, and owners Anna and Kevin Lee proudly offer their service of racket stringing as well as the sale of strung rackets.
For customers who prefer to shop in-store, the shop is currently open for walk-in traffic! In order to keep shoppers safe, the business is following CDC’s COVID-19 prevention guidelines, and of course those of Prince George’s County. Customers are expected to wear masks inside the store, and encouraged to maintain physical distance from one another as much as possible. Despite these new regulations, however, College students and long-time customers are all welcome back into the store to shop for their fitness needs, and the Lee family hopes that everyone does their part to stay careful and safe.