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He sold Nike inventory at his sports store and memorabilia in Colorado, Prime Time Sports, and made the national news as the store owner boycotting the largest name in sports merchandise.
Martin knew that Nike boycott was hurt.
"Being a sports store without Nike is like being a gas station with no gas," he said.
This week, Martin announced that Prime Time Sports is near in the coming days.
"It's not about my property, it's about principle," Martin says on Wednesday night while in the store, prepares
Martin says that boycott is about the principle over income and even missing income have a role in his decision to close the store is really glad that he did it.
the people that Colin Kaepernick gave me the right to free speech, "he said.
In 20 years In business, Martin said he thought of himself as a man who sold jersey, not as an activist. He has not boycotted even in 2016, he has canceled Brandon Marshall's appearance after the Denver Broncos player took a knee at National Anthem before a game.
This week, he decided to tell his nine employees that it was time to call a career. Everything in the store is 40%.
Other mall shops, including a Sears, are closed. The traffic mall is down.
The store is open until everything is gone, he told KOAA.
"I did not give big Nike and big dollars. I did not go in. I did it on my way," he told the Colorado Springs station.