|By Marketwired .||
|July 28, 2014 10:00 AM EDT||
CLEVELAND, TN--(Marketwired - July 28, 2014) - Hardwick Clothes is launching Hardwick.com, a new e-commerce site for America's oldest tailored clothing maker. The website is part of Hardwick's rebirth, which will lay claim to its legacy and propel the company into the future. The new site comes on the heels of Hardwick's acquisition by Cleveland businessman Allan Jones.
"Hardwick has been through two fires, two World Wars, the Great Depression, and leisure suits," said Jones. "This website will ensure that Hardwick's legacy and reliability extend far into the future. It also enables us to tell the impressive story of a great American company and, with the rebranding of the Hardwick label, the new and exciting opportunities it will create with our retail partners."
Hardwick.com enables customers to shop from any screen, including mobile phones, tablets, and desktops. The online store will feature suit separates, blazers, sport coats, and dress pants, including big and tall sizes and, later in the year, women's business wear.
In addition to its online store, Hardwick.com will offer a style guide and regular blog posts, featuring Hardwick's storied past, etiquette and fashion tips, and news on upcoming events.
"This website marks a new era in the history of Hardwick Clothes," said Jim Park, Vice-President of Sales at Hardwick. "Hardwick's future will be a tribute to, and a continuation of, Hardwick's legacy as an all-American clothes manufacturer."
To learn more about Hardwick Clothes, visit Hardwick.com.
Hardwick Clothes' mission is to provide customers with American-made products they can wear proudly. Hardwick offers exquisite, tailor-made clothing to men and women of all shapes and sizes. The company's top-quality fabrics and meticulous attention to detail surpass anything offered by other clothing manufacturers around the world. Hardwick is an American company to its very core, located and operated in the U.S., and Sewn in the South since 1880.
During the last 50 years, Hardwick Clothes has modernized its operation, expanding into new retail arenas and advertising channels. The company's recent acquisition by Allan Jones promises to drive Hardwick Clothes into the forefront of fine clothing.
©2014 Hardwick Clothes, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
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