Feature Friday – Society Men

Today’s Feature Friday spotlights one of our retail partners in New Jersey: Society Men. MaryAlice Farella opened Society Men in Westwood in 2006. The store specializes in premium denim, sportswear, shoes, and accessories. Society Men was named Best Men’s Fashion in Bergen County in 2016.

Westwood is a borough located approximately thirty miles north of New York City. Westwood was the birthplace of the late actor James Gandolfini, best known for playing Tony Soprano in the popular show The Sopranos.

Feature Friday – French Creek Golf Club

Today’s Feature Friday spotlights one of our retail partners in Pennsylvania: French Creek Golf Club. French Creek Golf Club is a private golf club in Elverson. Designed by Gil Hanse, the course opened in 2003. The breathtaking course features flowing brooks, rolling hills, and picturesque woodlands. The 23,000 square foot Clubhouse, completed in 2005, has the feel of an established manor and complements the stone barn on the property which dates back to the early 1800s. French Creek hosts weddings and special events throughout the year.

Elverson is a borough in Chester County in southeast Pennsylvania. The town is named after James Elverson, former owner of the Philadelphia Inquirer – the third-oldest surviving daily newspaper in the United States.

 

Feature Friday – Boardroom Clothing Company

Today’s Feature Friday spotlights one of our retail partners in Georgia: Boardroom Clothing Company. Hamilton Kuhlke and Stan Reynolds, a father and son-in-law team, opened Boardroom Clothing in 1988. When Hamilton retired in 1995, Stan and his wife, Jennifer, assumed full ownership of the store. The shop specializes in classic clothing and sportswear. The Boardroom is regularly recognized as Augusta’s “Best Men’s Store” by Augusta Magazine.

Augusta is located on the border of Georgia and South Carolina. The city is best known for hosting The Masters PGA golf tournament. Augusta has been home to a wide range of public figures – from President Woodrow Wilson to controversial professional wrestling legend Hulk Hogan.