Pushin's Department Store - Lithuanian émigré Sam Pushin peddled notions and newspapers before moving to Bowling Green in 1893. He soon opened Pushin's Red Lion, a men's furnishings store, at 316 Main Street. Over time his business evolved into a department store. In 1920 he built a three-story building at 400 East Main at a cost of $250,000. Aldens, Inc. bought Pushin's Department Store in 1961. The store closed in December 1980.
Pushin's Department Store & Martin's were two Bowling Green businesses that sold women's ready-to-wear for many years.
Warren County, Kentucky, Department Stores