Cone Mills revealed last month that it would close its Greensboro, North Carolina plant with completion of 2017. Its desired White Oak jeans would certainly be produced say goodbye to, as well as 200+ workers would certainly run out job.
In a bittersweet little bit of news, Wrangler will certainly wrap up its 70th year anniversary event with a pop-up shop opening Friday in downtown Greensboro, where the jeans business initially launched– it’s currently had by empire VF Corp as well as employs about 800 individuals in Greensboro. The pop-up will bring pants made from among the last runs of textile milled at White Oak, and customers can enjoy as their purchases are personalized on website.
The turn up will certainly be held at the previous Miller Furnishings Business store.
Read more concerning the pop-up right here.
Photos by means of WFDD by Wrangler professional photographer Kevin Spencer.
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