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Boston's Made in USA Menswear Brand Ball and Buck Announces 17.9% Average Monthly Sales Growth
Demand for American - Made Products on the rise: Boston’s award winning Made in USA store reports average monthly sales growth of 17.9%.
Ball and Buck is the first of its kind – a retailer that prides itself in producing and selling clothing and accessories that are made exclusively in the USA. With over forty made in USA brands, including its own line of made in USA clothing and accessories, Ball and Buck enables customers to support American jobs by purchasing high quality clothing and accessories that come with a lifetime satisfaction guarantee.
Mark Bollman, Ball and Buck’s president and founder, believes the store’s immediate success has much to do with shoppers’ desires to reduce their consumption on cheap import products that need frequent replacing and instead purchase high quality, domestically-
“The Ball and Buck brand is built on the premise of conscious consumerism. By offering only high quality products, consumers own more durable goods, which results in less consumption and far less waste. What’s even better is that all our products actually get better with wear, which can’t be said for many things in the market today,” Bollman says.
From made in USA jeans to Ball and Buck’s own line of pocket tees to Caswell-Massey’
About Ball and Buck:
Ball and Buck is a one of a kind all-American clothing brand and retailer – everything produced and sold in store and online is made exclusively in the USA. Through emphasizing the value of American quality over foreign quantity, Ball and Buck supports American jobs and provides its customers with pridefully crafted, high quality clothing and products with a lifetime satisfaction guarantee.
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Ball and Buck is a one of a kind all-American clothing brand and retailer – everything produced and sold in store and online is made exclusively in the USA. The company emphasizes the value of American quality over foreign quantity.