UK: Tesco Agrees Cherokee Fashion Deal
By just-style.com | 10 May 2002
British supermarket giant Tesco on Friday revealed it had signed an exclusive supply deal with hit US fashion label Cherokee. The deal follows the success of its main rivals Sainsbury and Asda, which have sold clothing by Jeff Banks and George Davies, respectively.
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