AJ’s Custom Streetwear Opens In Jamestown

Main Street Addition

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held recently at AJ’s Custom Streetwear, 709 N. Main St. in Jamestown. Submitted photo

A new Jamestown business has opened its doors.

AJ’s Custom Streetwear, 709 N. Main St. is owned by Esteban Cordova and Los Contrincantes Car Club and Bike Crews home office ran by Jose Sanchez. A ribbon-cutting ceremony took place recently, with Jamestown Mayor Eddie Sundquist and city Councilwoman Regina Brackman.

The new business specializes in customizing anything from clothing to car vinyls and household items.

“You can also go and purchase penny candy,” Sanchez said. “Penny candy was huge in the ’90s and we are bringing that back. While you are there you can have a word with the founder and senior president of Los Contrincantes to become part of the local car and bike club whose main focus is helping and giving back to the community. They do anything from back to school supply giveaways to Christmas giveaways and much more.”

“We would like to give a special thanks to our community, the mayor, and our new councilwoman for believing in us,” Sanchez added.


Today's breaking news and more in your inbox

I'm interested in (please check all that apply)


Starting at $4.60/week.

Subscribe Today