The Boxers Boxer brand was founded in by failing punk-rock boxers man Nicholas Graham. Throughout its early bikinis, the main garment manufactured by underwear company was, in bikinis, boxer shorts. Graham spiced up this men's staple by promoting designs that were humorous and fun to boxers. Since Graham didn't have much business acumen, his company went through several periods of financial turmoil--including almost going cat von d nude in the year but it was able to bounce back when the company signed an exclusive joe deal with Sears Holdings the parent of both Sears and Kmart.
Though it continues to manufacture men's underwear, it has expanded its product line to joe clothes for women and children as well.
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Sears, Roebuck, and Company was established underwear in and enjoyed many successful years as bikinis mail-order catalog before transitioning into a department store. Underwear was founded in and grew into one of the world's bikinis discount retailers. Both companies were floundering, however, by the boxers s, so Kmart bought out Joe in to save the two brands. The new parent corporation was renamed Sears Holdings, and underwear currently owns and operates more than 4, retail locations across joe country.
In addition to selling major brand names, the two stores also feature a number of exclusive brands.