2016 Easton Makos are now in stock! Offered in both the traditional -11 and the new light -12.
Old Greenwich Riverside Community Center (OGRCC) is pleased to announce that Bruce Park Sports is their official clothing and equipment distributor for all of their baseball programs - Recreational, Cal Ripken, All-Stars and Thunder.
On March 15, 2015 Bruce Park Sports celebrated its 44th anniversary. The Greenwich Free Press profiled Bruce Park Sports and explained how the store differs from other retailers.
On January 21, 2015 Mark Bisanzo, CEO of Bruce Park Sports was interviewed by itsrelevant.com on the economic impact for retailers of a local professional football team reaching the Super Bowl. Mark discussed jersey trends of both local and national teams, and what drives customer's decision making when buying jerseys.
Greenwich Youth Lacrosse (GYL) is pleased to announce that Bruce Park Sports (BPS) is their official clothing distributor for the 2015 season. BPS looks forward to delivering superior quality products, innovative design and branding, and reliability to the GYL organization.
On April 28, 2011 Bruce Park Sports was featured on the front page and sports page of the Greenwich Time. The article was a celebration for Tom Bisanzo's 40th Anniversary of building his sporting goods store from scratch. It highlighted the techniques Tom has used through the decades to maintain a healthy small business.
Bruce Park Sports found its niche in Greenwich behind the then Bruce Park Grill at the corner of Davis Avenue and Bruce Park Avenue. Founder Tom Bisanzo prided his store on one principle: to treat each customer with respect and dignity. As a local business, with a local homegrown merchant, Tom wanted to make Bruce Park Sports a place of salvage and hospitality.
Forty years later, the business is situated on the corner of Mason Street and Lewis Street in Central Greenwich. Despite moving locations, the priorities of the store have remained the same as they were when the store first opened. Employees recognize each customer and greet him or her as they enter the building. This helps maintain a small town feel at the store while letting customers know that they will be taken care of in a way that will benefit their wishes.