Feldman Fabrics Licenses Big G Characters

July 2006
Home Textiles Today;7/31/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 34, p10
Trade Publication
The article reports on the licensing of General Mills on its Big G brands and characters for fabrics made by The Feldman Co., according to General Mills Trademark Licensing (GMTL) in the U.S. GMTL manager Randy Fricke stated that the company has various ready-made fleece clothing lines available and are ready to be personalized. Feldman vice president Heshy Feldman said that they are planning to have four additional patterns which will be ready for production.


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