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January 12, 2010


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George McGowan

The reasons above are exactly why we have taken Sundog Trading Company at Mall of America in the direction we have. while we are squarely focused on casual apparel, footwear and accessories, we are very much aware of the lack of such options for us 'grown ups.' And while our outdoor/surf vibe is still present, as is our commitment to sustainable brands and fabrics, we are seeing a lot of familiar faces with our customers who are finding us a reliable source at MOA for fresh casual styles ideal for weekends and vacation, and even the casual office environment. We're right across from Martin & Osa, another brand doing a nice job at addressing us anti-department store types with grown up style at reasonable prices. Oh, and we're online too: http://www.sundogtrading.com/


I've been pretty disguested by Abercrombie and it's counterpart stores within the last decade or so. Of all the retailers that have suffered with the economy, I'm not too sad to hear this about Abercrombie.

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