Williamsburg clothes retailer sells $1.5M of clothes to Dickey
(AP) Dickey garment company sold $1 million worth of apparel to the Williamsburgh clothing retailer that has a long history of supplying clothes for U.S. military personnel, the Associated Press has learned.
The sale was announced Friday in an email from Dickey, which has ties to the military and has built a reputation for quality and high-quality products.
Dickey also announced that its sales team will be expanding and will be focusing on “design, manufacturing and distribution” of its line of military-style clothing.
The company is based in Los Angeles and has stores in New York, Philadelphia, Denver, Las Vegas and Tampa.
Its brands include Levi’s and Columbia.
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