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Value Village (Savers) Corporate Office

October 24, 2018

Value Village was founded in 1954 in San Francisco, California, by William Ellison. The company operates a chain of second hand/thrift stores that donate part of the profits collected to various charities. Known as Value Village in the Pacific Northwest and Savers in other parts of the country and in Canada, the company has approximately […]

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Birch Lane Corporate Office

October 22, 2018

Birch Lane is an offshoot of the popular online furniture and home decor store Wayfair. This new venture was launched in 2014. It offers more traditional furniture selections with “updated” styling and colors. ¬† The company is hoping to appeal to a wide range of customers with a wide range of products. Birch Lane offers […]

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Schwinn Bicycles Corporate Office

October 19, 2018

Schwinn Bicycle Company was originally founded as Arnold, Schwinn and Company in Chicago, Illinois, in 1895 by Ignaz Schwinn and financial backer Fredrick Arnold. Before the automobile, bicycles were common and Chicago was the heart of bicycle manufacturing. By the early 1900’s, however, bicycles fell out of fashion and sales declined to about 25% of […]

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Movement Watches Corporate Office

October 17, 2018

Movement Watches, known by their abbreviation of MVMT, was founded in 2013 by two friends,¬†Kramer LaPlante and Jake Kassan, who dropped out of college. This pair of friends felt that college had nothing relevant to teach them. After raising $300,000 in Indegogo start-up funds, the pair began designing and producing their own brand of watches. […]

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Huffy Bicycles Corporate Office

October 15, 2018

Huffy Bicycles was founded in 1892 when George Huffman moved his sewing machine factory to Ohio and decided to build his first bicycle. When George’s son, Horace, took over the firm in 1924, he began selling bicycles under the name “Dayton.” In 1949, the company created a children’s bike called The Huffy Convertible. All bicycles […]

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