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MTailor.Com Corporate Office

April 29, 2019

Bit Body, Inc., doing business as MTailor, was founded in 2012 by Miles Penn. The company offers tailor-made clothing using an app and a smartphone camera, to create a custom fit, tailored wardrobe for less than custom made clothing from brick and mortar retailers. The company claims that the app is 20% more accurate than […]

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Reddy Ice Corporate Office

April 26, 2019

Reddy Ice is the largest producer and packager of bagged ice in the United States. Although the origins of the company go back as far as 1927, it’s current history lies with the Southland Corp. Originally a minor division of the Southland Corporation, parent company of Seven-Eleven convenience stores, Reddy Ice was sold off to Suiza […]

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Bombas Socks Corporate Office

April 24, 2019

In 2011, when co-founder David Heath read that the #1 most requested item at homeless shelters wasn’t jackets, blankets, or even shoes but socks, he knew that he was going to make a difference. Heath and friend Randy Goldberg designed specially fitted socks with anti-blister tabs and honeycomb arch support. They began selling their socks […]

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ScootersnChairs.com Corporate Office

April 22, 2019

ScootersnChairs was founded in 2018 by Scott Zabriskie in Atlanta, Georgia. The company helps consumers obtain motorized wheelchairs, scooters, and other mobility devices after they have been rejected by Medicare or Medicaid for this service. Zabriskie states that sales growth numbers in this area are close to the $1 billion mark, and with more baby-boomers […]

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Raleigh Bicycles Corporate Office

April 19, 2019

Founded in 1885, Raleigh Bicycles got its start when Richard Woodhead and French immigrant Paul Eugene Louis Angois, set up a small bicycle shop on Raleigh Street in Nottingham, UK. The company was incorporated in 1888 when the shop was acquired by Frank Bowden. By 1913, Raleigh was the biggest bicycle company in the world. Raleigh […]

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