Retro is Old Hat

Ryan, Thomas J.
March 2005
SGB;Mar2005, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p42
Trade Publication
Focuses on the recovery of cap market according to David Gormley, founder of Zephyr Headwear. Factors which contributed to the increase in sales of Hat World/Lids franchise during the third quarter of 2004; Expectations of Bobby Newton, Reebok's director of design and development for headwear, on headgears in 2006; Views of Newton on Reebok's mesh-back caps.


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