After 37 years in business, Frank Evans is moving on.
Freewheelin’ Franks, his offbeat store known for selling things like rock ‘n’ roll memorabilia and tie-dyed shirts, is for sale.
If you’ve got sixty grand you’re not doing anything with, you can have it.
Evans stresses his store at 950 N. Germantown Parkway in Cordova is for sale – not necessarily closing.
The “for sale” sign hangs in the window, partially hidden by a row of tie-dyed fabrics frequently flapping in the breeze.
“There’s been a few people express some interest, but they say they’ll come back when the economy gets better,” Evans said. “But when the economy gets better, I’ll sell it for $100,000.”