Today’s Feature Friday spotlights one of our retail partners in Massachusetts: Eastern Clothing Co. Eastern Clothing is a third-generation family business located in Watertown. Founded in 1937 as a clothing manufacturer, Eastern Clothing later transitioned into retail. The store specializes in custom suits and shirts and prides itself in being able to fit men of all sizes.
Watertown is located in the Greater Boston area. The town is the site of the first signed foreign treaty between the United States and another nation following the adoption of the Declaration of Independence. Watertown is home to the Perkins School for the Blind, the oldest such school in the United States. Anne Sullivan and Hellen Keller, her most famous student, both attended Perkins.
Today’s Feature Friday spotlights one of our retail partners in Louisiana: Weiss & Goldring. Weiss & Goldring opened in Many in 1899, making it the first store in town. The business relocated in Alexandria in 1907, where it has remained for more than 100 years. Weiss & Goldring’s rich history has witnessed the store earn many accolades – from being the first retail store in Alexandria with air conditioning to being named one of the “Top 100” men’s stores by Esquire. Weiss & Goldring has also had the honor of dressing the U.S. Men’s Golf Team in the 2013 and 2015 Presidents Cup tournaments.
Alexandria is located in central Louisiana. The city has a unique culture – hosting festivals throughout the year and housing several museums and performing arts venues – and boasts great outdoor living opportunities. National Geographic named Alexandria one of the top “wilderness towns” in America.
Today’s Feature Friday spotlights one of our retail partners in Mississippi: Steve’s on the Square. Located in downtown Philadelphia, Steve’s on the Square opened in 1983. The store carries men’s dress and casual wear, stocking today’s most popular brands. The shop also carries women’s apparel.
Philadelphia is a small city in central Mississippi. Philadelphia hosts the annual Neshoba County Fair, which has featured speakers including Ronald Reagan – whose controversial 1980 speech garnered national attention. Philadelphia is the birthplace of Otis Rush, Grammy award-winning Blues Hall of Fame musician.