Feature Friday – Koolakian’s

koolakianToday’s Feature Friday spotlights one of our retail partners in New York: Koolakian’s. Koolakian’s is a third-generation family owned and operated business that opened in Syracuse in 1905. The store specializes in high-end menswear and custom made suits.

Syracuse is located in the heart of New York. It is home to the research university that shares its name. Syracuse was recently rated one of the top places in the United States to raise a family by Forbes.


Feature Friday – Mitchell’s

mitchellsToday’s Feature Friday spotlights one of our retail partners in Kentucky: Mitchell’s. Mitchell’s is located in Campbellsville. Founded in 1910, the popular boutique carries men’s and women’s clothing and accessories for all occasions.

Campbellsville is a small city located in central Kentucky. Campbellsville is home to Campbellsville Industries (nicknamed “The Steeple People”), one of the oldest and largest steeple manufacturers in the United States. Campbellsville is also the site of Campbellsville University.

Feature Friday – Schuecking’s Men’s Wear

schuekingsToday’s Feature Friday spotlights one of our retail partners in Illinois: Schuecking’s. Jeff Shuecking opened his store in Quincy in 1994. The shop carries a wide selection of popular men’s brands – casual and dress.

Quincy is a small river city in western Illinois. Throughout the year, the city hosts special events along the riverfront. Quincy is known for its German heritage.

Feature Friday – Davelle Clothiers

Davelle ClothiersToday’s Feature Friday spotlights one of our retail partners in Virginia: Davelle Clothiers. Davelle Clothiers is a family owned and operated business in Reston. Then known as Timeless Ties and More, Davelle Clothiers began in 1991 at Union Station in Washington, D.C. In 2001, the store relocated and was re-named Davelle Clothiers. The shop, which carries popular menswear brands and its own private label, is now located in the Reston Town Center.

Reston is located within the Washington D.C. metropolitan area. Reston was one of the first post-WWII planned communities. The community features parks, wooded areas, meadows, streams, lakes, and bike and pedestrian trails. Reston was recently ranked a “Best Place to Live” by CNNMoney.