One of Hartford Denim Company's marketing strategies is to offer repairs to the jeans they sell, for the lifetime of the buyer. That tells buyers that the people who made their jeans have a lot of confidence about the kind of materials they used and how rugged the jeans are.
Those are some rugged machines and the workspace is rugged, too. No wonder they are rugged jeans. Now I'm going to be singing "Jean" all day! Thanks a lot!
Am I seeing things or are these sewing machines getting their power from an old fashion peddle pump?
Love the appearance of the work area -- old school industrial looking. That's quite an unusual guarantee on a product nowadays. Good for them...and great find for you with this photo opp.
Much success to them! Real economic recovery will only happen when we start making stuff here again.
Sounds like a smart group of business people.
(I won't jump ahead today)
Now this is good policy Jack, these guys are really switched on!!
I hope they are successful.
Very interesting! hmmm I want to buy a new jeans now!
As I have already said, these guys are fantastic and deserve all the success they can get!
Yes I'm definitely with VP.
I am a Levis loyalist but love everything about this place. What a great working space! Sounds like they have solid ethics too..
Those machines look like one my grandmother had!! I agree with the others, too, these guys are fantastic indeed! Too bad we don't have more like them!!
What a fabulous enterprise! Great to see!
That place has some real history and tradition!
Are their "boot cut" or "slim fit" jeans more popular?
Heck, my girlfriends patched my jeans with cool patches... now that was '64 mind you.
This sounds like my kind of place and looks like it too.
I really like that first shot.
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