NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — A well-known South Nashville farmers market has closed its doors for good. Maxwell Brothers Produce said the COVID-19 crisis did not cause them to close, but it did contribute to the decision.
The company took to social media to make the announcement and express its gratitude to its customers for the "more than 50 years you've allowed us [to] be part of your lives."
Read the full statement below:
"There’s an old saying which states, "All good things must come to an end". With that being said, Maxwell Brothers Produce will be closing our business located at 4606 Nolensville Pike. We would like to thank all of our customers for your outpouring of love and support. For more than 50 years you’ve allowed us be a part of your lives - whether it be in the form of supplying you with beautiful spring flowers to decorate your home, fresh fruits and vegetables to make your summer more enjoyable, pumpkins, corn stalks and mums to bring in the fall, or a fresh cut Christmas Tree to end out the year. You’ve entrusted us with your special events, holiday gatherings, and various other celebrations. We hope and pray that our commitment to quality and freshness was made evident in all that we had to offer. Again, thank you for your patronage throughout the years. We will miss each and every one of you. May God bless and keep you."