bloomingdale's - bloomingdale's is not like any other store. It's more like a cultural institution. Or a way of thinking. To say that bloomingdale's pushes retailing to a level of excitement not seen anywhere else is to state the obvious. To say that everyone wants to join in the fun turns understatement into an art form.
Bon Marché - The Bon Marché is clearly the department store leader in the Pacific Northwest, with a track record of serving major metropolitan areas and local communities with stores tailored to their needs.
Bon-Ton - The Bon-Ton Department Store provides the fashion conscious shopper an enticing array of what's new while defining style for the season.
Boscov's - Boscov's is a private, family owned department store company which currently operates 32 stores in Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey, New York and Maryland.
Boston Store - The Boston Store's history began in 1885, when a young man purchased a small bankrupt shop. In less than fifty years, the Boston Store grew to be Erie's largest department store, the center of downtown shopping, and Erie's favorite meeting place.
Burdines - Celebrating its 100th year of operation in 1998, Burdines was a leading retailer even before Florida became a winter tourist mecca. Now that the state is the world's largest magnet for visitors, Burdines still remains the preferred Florida shopping experience.
Carson Pirie Scott & Co. - Between 1994 and 1998, Carson Pirie Scott & Co. strategically purchased and sold targeted stores throughout the Midwest. In 1996, the Chicago Apparel Industry Foundation, Inc. (AIFI) honored Carson Pirie Scott and Co. as the "Retailer of the Year."
Dayton's - In 1902, we began as a single department store in Minneapolis. Today, with 18 stores in four states, we continue to offer quality merchandise and superior services to all of our guests, not to forget, the latest fashions.
Dillard's - Sixty years ago, William Dillard established the first Dillard's store in Nashville, Arkansas. From this humble beginning, the Company has emerged as one of the most successful retail chains in the United States, with annual sales of more than $7.7 billion.
Elder Beerman - We're your full-service department store...dedicated to providing a fantastic selection of the latest fashions, at the very best prices...for you, your family, and your home!
Famous Barr - Famous-Barr operates quality department stores under the names Famous-Barr, L.S. Ayres and The Jones Store in 18 markets, including St. Louis, Kansas City, Indianapolis, Fort Wayne and South Bend.
Filene's - Filene's operates quality department stores in 16 markets, including Boston, New Haven-Bridgeport-Danbury-Stamford-Waterbury, Hartford, Providence, R.I., and Albany, N.Y.
Foley's - Foley's operates quality department stores in 17 markets, including Houston, Dallas/Fort Worth, Denver, San Antonio, and Oklahoma City.
Goldsmith's - Rich's, Lazarus, and Goldsmith's benefit from the most colorful heritage in American retailing. Their history can be traced all throughout the nation beginning back in 1830. More than a century later, these stores help set the pace of department store retailing in most all of the major cities.
Gottschalk's - Gottschalks is a regional department store chain headquartered in Fresno, California. It was founded in 1904 by German immigrant Emil Gottschalk, who described the business as "the store that cares." This remains the company motto.
Hecht Co. - Hecht's operates quality department stores under the names Hecht's and Strawbridge's in 18 markets, including Washington D.C., Philadelphia, Baltimore, Richmond and Norfolk.
Kaufmann's - Kaufmann's operates quality department stores in 20 markets, including Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Buffalo, Rochester, Akron and Syracuse.
L.S. Ayres - Quality department stores operated by Famous-Barr in Indiana.
Lazarus - Rich's, Lazarus, and Goldsmith's benefit from the most colorful heritage in American retailing. Their history can be traced all throughout the nation beginning back in 1830. More than a century later, these stores help set the pace of department store retailing in most all of the major cities.
Macy's - Macy's has a flair for the big... the bold... the dramatic. Its Herald Square flagship in New York is the world's largest store. Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade is among the most widely televised events on earth.
Marshall Field's - For over 140 years, Marshall Fields has always been "the best department store in town." Today, we place even more emphasis on quality goods and services, reinforcing our fashion leadership.
Meier & Frank - Meier & Frank operates quality department stores in four markets: Portland-Vancouver, Salem, Eugene and Medford. Stores located in two states: Oregon and Washington.
Rich's - Rich's, Lazarus, and Goldsmith's benefit from the most colorful heritage in American retailing. Their history can be traced all throughout the nation beginning back in 1830. More than a century later, these stores help set the pace of department store retailing in most all of the major cities.
Robinsons-May - Robinsons-May operates quality department stores in 10 markets, including Los Angeles, San Diego, Orange County, Phoenix, Riverside-San Bernardino and Tucson.
Strawbridge's - Quality department stores operated by Hecht's in Philadelphia, Delaware and New Jersey.
Stern's - Stern's is firmly rooted in suburbia, and excels at delivering the superior value expected by a wide range of typical Americans. Its marketplace in the New York/New Jersey area is among the most concentrated, sprawling population centers on the continent.
Younkers - Following a large series of additions in 1904, Younker Brothers became Younkers Incorporated. Once this occured, the company continued to grow until it had achieved the recognition of being the largest department store chain in Iowa and Nebraska and one of the 50 largest retail chains in the nation.Our neckties can also be found at these other fine stores:
Bergner's, Harris & Co., Hudson's, The Knot Shop, Stone & Thomas, and Tie Rack.
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