Feature Friday – Bertini

Today’s Feature Friday spotlights one of our retail partners in Maine: Bertini. Janat Bertini, the store’s namesake, opened the shop in Portland over 20 years ago. Bertini’s carries fine men’s and women’s clothing and accessories. For more on Portland, read here.

Feature Friday – Dixieland Clothing

Dixieland ClothingToday’s Feature Friday spotlights one of our retail partners in North Carolina. Dixieland Clothing. Tyler and Jan Hampton, a son and mother team, opened the store in downtown Davidson in 2014. The shop specializes in classic clothing – rather than trendy attire. Dixieland Clothing has quickly become a favorite destination for locals wanting the “Southern Gentleman” look.

Davidson is a small town on Lake Norman. The town was founded in 1837 by William Lee Davidson, a general in the Revolutionary War. Davidson is home to Davidson College, a prestigious private liberal arts college whose alumni include President Woodrow Wilson, NBA MVP and Champion Stephen Curry, and Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Charles Wright.

Feature Friday – R.L. Martin & Co.

Only OptionsToday’s Feature Friday spotlights one of our retail partners in Georgia: R.L. Martin & Co. R.L. Martin & Co.’s story begins in 1983 with the opening of Only Options. R.L. Martin & Co. is a men’s store located within Only Options. The shop carries an impressive selection of menswear and accessories.

Valdosta is located in southern Georgia. In 2008, ESPN named Valdosta TitleTown USA due to the success of the Valdosta High School football team and other local schools. Each year, the city hosts an Azalea Festival in March.

Feature Friday – Wright’s Clothiers

Wright'sToday’s Feature Friday highlights one of our retail partners in West Virginia: Wright’s Clothiers. George H. Wright opened the store in 1911. With over 100 years in business, Wright’s has become a cornerstone of downtown Huntington. The shop carries a wide range of menswear – from sportswear to dress attire.

Huntington is located in the tri-state area near West Virginia’s Kentucky and Ohio borders. Huntington is home to Marshall University. Camden Park, one of the world’s oldest amusement parks, is near Huntington.