Saturday, November 27, 2004

Wrecking the American brand 

Seems like American Apparel is the kind of company that's doing some good. What a concept, T-shirts that aren't made in sweatshops. Granted, not everyone can afford them, but what's not to like about paying people a living wage?

Anyhow, I'm reading the local weekly in while vacationing in a foreign country that shall remain nameless (OK, Canada), and on the back cover of the local weekly I read an ad with the following headline:

The secret to American Apparel is that very few of us are actually American.

Seems like the "American" brand isn't what it used to be, all of a sudden. I wonder why?

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