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USA: Haggar Promotes Alan Burks To Executive VP just-style.com | 18 Dec 00

Haggar Clothing Co has promoted Alan Burks to the position of executive vice president and chief marketing officer. Since starting as senior vice president of marketing  in 1993, Burks has been responsible for all corporate marketing initiatives and with the position of executive vice president he will include Haggar Direct, the company's retail division, to his duties.


USA: Haggar Hires Industry Vet As Sportswear Manager just-style.com | 22 Nov 00

Haggar Clothing Co has hired Frank Keeney as manager of Haggar Sportswear. In this position, Keeney will be directly responsible for the growth of Haggar's shirt business that encompasses knits and wovens for the Black Label, Collections, Generations, and Golf sub-brands. "Haggar's wholesale shirt business has grown to $45m since its inception in the marketplace five years ago," said Frank Bracken, president and COO. "We believe Frank's progressive sales and brand management experience, coupled with his enthusiasm, will help us increase volume with existing customers and secure new channels of distribution."


USA: Haggar Hires Industry Vet As Sportswear Manager just-style.com | 22 Nov 00

Haggar Clothing Co has hired Frank Keeney as manager of Haggar Sportswear. In this position, Keeney will be directly responsible for the growth of Haggar's shirt business that encompasses knits and wovens for the Black Label, Collections, Generations, and Golf sub-brands. "Haggar's wholesale shirt business has grown to $45m since its inception in the marketplace five years ago," said Frank Bracken, president and COO. "We believe Frank's progressive sales and brand management experience, coupled with his enthusiasm, will help us increase volume with existing customers and secure new channels of distribution."


USA: Haggar Hires Industry Vet As Sportswear Manager just-style.com | 22 Nov 00

Haggar Clothing Co has hired Frank Keeney as manager of Haggar Sportswear. In this position, Keeney will be directly responsible for the growth of Haggar's shirt business that encompasses knits and wovens for the Black Label, Collections, Generations, and Golf sub-brands. "Haggar's wholesale shirt business has grown to $45m since its inception in the marketplace five years ago," said Frank Bracken, president and COO. "We believe Frank's progressive sales and brand management experience, coupled with his enthusiasm, will help us increase volume with existing customers and secure new channels of distribution."


USA: Liz Claiborne And Haggar Clothing In Licensing Deal just-style.com | 24 Oct 00

Liz Claiborne announced today that it has reached an agreement in principle with Haggar Clothing, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Haggar Corp, to license dress pants, casual pants, and shorts under the company's Claiborne label.The new collection will be launched in January 2001. The collection will include dressy and casual classification pants, available in fabrics ranging from wool blends and basic twill to corduroys and soft structured denim."This partnership with Haggar will take Claiborne to the main floor of department stores and raise market share, brand awareness, and preference for the Claiborne brand as a whole," said Karen Murray, president of Claiborne. "It is our strategic goal to meet all of the lifestyle needs of our target consumer.""The power of the Claiborne name, coupled with our merchandising and marketing strength, will bring tremendous impact to the main floor pant business in department stores," said Frank Bracken, president and COO of Haggar Clothing Co.Under the agreement, marketing plans will include fixturing programs, co-op partnering and national advertising. The collections will be available in better department stores in June 2001. The Haggar partnership joins a list of Claiborne licensees including tailored clothing and formalwear, outerwear, neckwear, accessories, eyewear, optics, and a boy's collection.


USA: Liz Claiborne And Haggar Clothing In Licensing Deal just-style.com | 24 Oct 00

Liz Claiborne announced today that it has reached an agreement in principle with Haggar Clothing, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Haggar Corp, to license dress pants, casual pants, and shorts under the company's Claiborne label.The new collection will be launched in January 2001. The collection will include dressy and casual classification pants, available in fabrics ranging from wool blends and basic twill to corduroys and soft structured denim."This partnership with Haggar will take Claiborne to the main floor of department stores and raise market share, brand awareness, and preference for the Claiborne brand as a whole," said Karen Murray, president of Claiborne. "It is our strategic goal to meet all of the lifestyle needs of our target consumer.""The power of the Claiborne name, coupled with our merchandising and marketing strength, will bring tremendous impact to the main floor pant business in department stores," said Frank Bracken, president and COO of Haggar Clothing Co.Under the agreement, marketing plans will include fixturing programs, co-op partnering and national advertising. The collections will be available in better department stores in June 2001. The Haggar partnership joins a list of Claiborne licensees including tailored clothing and formalwear, outerwear, neckwear, accessories, eyewear, optics, and a boy's collection.


USA: Liz Claiborne And Haggar Clothing In Licensing Deal just-style.com | 24 Oct 00

Liz Claiborne announced today that it has reached an agreement in principle with Haggar Clothing, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Haggar Corp, to license dress pants, casual pants, and shorts under the company's Claiborne label.The new collection will be launched in January 2001. The collection will include dressy and casual classification pants, available in fabrics ranging from wool blends and basic twill to corduroys and soft structured denim."This partnership with Haggar will take Claiborne to the main floor of department stores and raise market share, brand awareness, and preference for the Claiborne brand as a whole," said Karen Murray, president of Claiborne. "It is our strategic goal to meet all of the lifestyle needs of our target consumer.""The power of the Claiborne name, coupled with our merchandising and marketing strength, will bring tremendous impact to the main floor pant business in department stores," said Frank Bracken, president and COO of Haggar Clothing Co.Under the agreement, marketing plans will include fixturing programs, co-op partnering and national advertising. The collections will be available in better department stores in June 2001. The Haggar partnership joins a list of Claiborne licensees including tailored clothing and formalwear, outerwear, neckwear, accessories, eyewear, optics, and a boy's collection.


USA: Haggar Taps New Director Of Brand Management Company Press Release | 31 Jul 00

Haggar Clothing Co has appointed Sherri L. Rankin to the position of director of brand management.She will be responsible for seasonal brand marketing initiatives for the company, and will report directly to the vice president of marketing services, Michael Schornstein.Rankin, who comes to Haggar from Sara Lee Sock Company, has several years of experience in strategic development, cost analysis, product packaging and brand management. She has worked for well-known national brand companies, including two divisions of the Sara Lee Sock Company, Procter and Gamble and Hewlett Packard.Haggar Clothing Co, a wholly owned subsidiary of Haggar Corp (Nasdaq: HGGR), is a leading marketer of men's casual and dress apparel and women's sportswear with global headquarters in Dallas. For additional information, please visit the Haggar web site at


USA: Haggar Taps New Director Of Brand Management Company Press Release | 31 Jul 00

Haggar Clothing Co has appointed Sherri L. Rankin to the position of director of brand management.She will be responsible for seasonal brand marketing initiatives for the company, and will report directly to the vice president of marketing services, Michael Schornstein.Rankin, who comes to Haggar from Sara Lee Sock Company, has several years of experience in strategic development, cost analysis, product packaging and brand management. She has worked for well-known national brand companies, including two divisions of the Sara Lee Sock Company, Procter and Gamble and Hewlett Packard.Haggar Clothing Co, a wholly owned subsidiary of Haggar Corp (Nasdaq: HGGR), is a leading marketer of men's casual and dress apparel and women's sportswear with global headquarters in Dallas. For additional information, please visit the Haggar web site at


USA: Haggar Taps New Director Of Brand Management Company Press Release | 31 Jul 00

Haggar Clothing Co has appointed Sherri L. Rankin to the position of director of brand management.She will be responsible for seasonal brand marketing initiatives for the company, and will report directly to the vice president of marketing services, Michael Schornstein.Rankin, who comes to Haggar from Sara Lee Sock Company, has several years of experience in strategic development, cost analysis, product packaging and brand management. She has worked for well-known national brand companies, including two divisions of the Sara Lee Sock Company, Procter and Gamble and Hewlett Packard.Haggar Clothing Co, a wholly owned subsidiary of Haggar Corp (Nasdaq: HGGR), is a leading marketer of men's casual and dress apparel and women's sportswear with global headquarters in Dallas. For additional information, please visit the Haggar web site at


USA: Haggar Announces A 40 Per Cent Increase In Earnings Per Share Company Press Release | 26 Jul 00

Haggar Corp(Nasdaq: HGGR) has announced third quarter and nine months results for the period ending June 30, 2000. For the nine months ended June 30, 2000, before a legal charge, Haggar reported net income of $5,146,000


USA: Haggar Announces A 40 Per Cent Increase In Earnings Per Share Company Press Release | 26 Jul 00

Haggar Corp(Nasdaq: HGGR) has announced third quarter and nine months results for the period ending June 30, 2000. For the nine months ended June 30, 2000, before a legal charge, Haggar reported net income of $5,146,000


USA: Haggar Announces A 40 Per Cent Increase In Earnings Per Share Company Press Release | 26 Jul 00

Haggar Corp(Nasdaq: HGGR) has announced third quarter and nine months results for the period ending June 30, 2000. For the nine months ended June 30, 2000, before a legal charge, Haggar reported net income of $5,146,000


USA: Haggar Clothing Teams Up With NFL Alumni Company Press Release | 19 Jul 00

Haggar Clothing Co and the National Football League Alumni have teamed up to provide the famous gold jackets for the NFL Hall of Fame Class of 2000.Haggar Clothing Co has been custom-tailoring the famous gold sport coats for Hall of Fame members for the past 14 years, and will do so again for this year's ceremony on July 29 in Canton, Ohio. The Class of 2000, including quarterback Joe Montana (San Francisco 49ers/Kansas City Chiefs) and defensive lineman Howie Long (Oakland Raiders), will receive their jackets at the Mayor's Breakfast before the induction ceremony."These sports coats signify membership in an elite group of athletes," said Frank Bracken, president and COO of Haggar Clothing Co. "We are honored to make these coats and proud of our long-standing relationship with the NFL Alumni.""We are thrilled that Haggar provides the custom-made coats for the inductees," said Frank W Krauser, president and CEO of the NFL Alumni. "Haggar's strong heritage of quality is evident in its products and in its people, and we appreciate their ongoing support."The jackets, unchanged since 1978, are classic cut two-button models made of a wool-polyester blend fabric. They include a rear vent that allows for easy range of motion. To date, the largest jacket made was for Larry Little, formerly of the Miami Dolphins, who needed a 56XL (the average male wears a 42R).Haggar Clothing Co, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Haggar Corp (Nasdaq: HGGR), is a leading marketer of men's casual and dress apparel and women's sportswear with global headquarters in Dallas. For additional information, please visit the Haggar web site at


USA: Haggar Clothing Teams Up With NFL Alumni Company Press Release | 19 Jul 00

Haggar Clothing Co and the National Football League Alumni have teamed up to provide the famous gold jackets for the NFL Hall of Fame Class of 2000.Haggar Clothing Co has been custom-tailoring the famous gold sport coats for Hall of Fame members for the past 14 years, and will do so again for this year's ceremony on July 29 in Canton, Ohio. The Class of 2000, including quarterback Joe Montana (San Francisco 49ers/Kansas City Chiefs) and defensive lineman Howie Long (Oakland Raiders), will receive their jackets at the Mayor's Breakfast before the induction ceremony."These sports coats signify membership in an elite group of athletes," said Frank Bracken, president and COO of Haggar Clothing Co. "We are honored to make these coats and proud of our long-standing relationship with the NFL Alumni.""We are thrilled that Haggar provides the custom-made coats for the inductees," said Frank W Krauser, president and CEO of the NFL Alumni. "Haggar's strong heritage of quality is evident in its products and in its people, and we appreciate their ongoing support."The jackets, unchanged since 1978, are classic cut two-button models made of a wool-polyester blend fabric. They include a rear vent that allows for easy range of motion. To date, the largest jacket made was for Larry Little, formerly of the Miami Dolphins, who needed a 56XL (the average male wears a 42R).Haggar Clothing Co, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Haggar Corp (Nasdaq: HGGR), is a leading marketer of men's casual and dress apparel and women's sportswear with global headquarters in Dallas. For additional information, please visit the Haggar web site at


USA: Haggar Clothing Teams Up With NFL Alumni Company Press Release | 19 Jul 00

Haggar Clothing Co and the National Football League Alumni have teamed up to provide the famous gold jackets for the NFL Hall of Fame Class of 2000.Haggar Clothing Co has been custom-tailoring the famous gold sport coats for Hall of Fame members for the past 14 years, and will do so again for this year's ceremony on July 29 in Canton, Ohio. The Class of 2000, including quarterback Joe Montana (San Francisco 49ers/Kansas City Chiefs) and defensive lineman Howie Long (Oakland Raiders), will receive their jackets at the Mayor's Breakfast before the induction ceremony."These sports coats signify membership in an elite group of athletes," said Frank Bracken, president and COO of Haggar Clothing Co. "We are honored to make these coats and proud of our long-standing relationship with the NFL Alumni.""We are thrilled that Haggar provides the custom-made coats for the inductees," said Frank W Krauser, president and CEO of the NFL Alumni. "Haggar's strong heritage of quality is evident in its products and in its people, and we appreciate their ongoing support."The jackets, unchanged since 1978, are classic cut two-button models made of a wool-polyester blend fabric. They include a rear vent that allows for easy range of motion. To date, the largest jacket made was for Larry Little, formerly of the Miami Dolphins, who needed a 56XL (the average male wears a 42R).Haggar Clothing Co, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Haggar Corp (Nasdaq: HGGR), is a leading marketer of men's casual and dress apparel and women's sportswear with global headquarters in Dallas. For additional information, please visit the Haggar web site at


U.S. Contractors Diversify Bobbin Publishing Group | 13 Dec 99

U.S. apparel contractors have become very resourceful in their diversification beyond the cut-make-trim business. It's been a necessary evolution in their uphill battle to stay in the game in the face of abandonment by many of their traditional customers. There's no way to sugarcoat the facts. The U.S. apparel contracting industry was forced to swallow a bitter pill when NAFTA went into effect on Jan. 1, 1994.


U.S. Contractors Diversify Bobbin Publishing Group | 13 Dec 99

U.S. apparel contractors have become very resourceful in their diversification beyond the cut-make-trim business. It's been a necessary evolution in their uphill battle to stay in the game in the face of abandonment by many of their traditional customers. There's no way to sugarcoat the facts. The U.S. apparel contracting industry was forced to swallow a bitter pill when NAFTA went into effect on Jan. 1, 1994.

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