Olympia Beer Caber Toss

The Olympia Brewing Company was a brewery firm in Tumwater, Washington, USA which existed from 1896 until 1983. Between 1970 and 1980 Olympia faced flat revenues among consolidating nationwide breweries and, in 1982, the Schmidt family, which owned and operated the brewery and company, elected to sell the company.

The caber toss is a traditional Scottish athletic event in which competitors toss a large tapered pole called a “caber”. It is normally practised at the Scottish Highland Games.

The kilt is a knee-length non-bifurcated skirt-type garment with pleats at the rear, originating in the traditional dress of men and boys in the Scottish Highlands of the 16th century. Although the kilt is most often worn on formal occasions and at Highland games and sports events, it has also been adapted as an item of fashionable informal male clothing in recent years, returning to its roots as an everyday garment.

At Men’s Wearhouse, Profit Meets Purpose

Men’s Wearhouse is a men’s dress apparel retailer in the United States. The company was founded by George Zimmer in 1973. The chain runs television and radio commercials featuring Zimmer, and the oft-repeated slogan, “You’re going to like the way you look; I guarantee it.” On June 19, 2013, the company dismissed founder and Executive Chairman George Zimmer for undisclosed reasons.[10] The company later stated that Zimmer was dismissed due to “difficulty accepting the fact that Men’s Wearhouse is a public company with an independent board of directors and that he has not been the chief executive officer for two years. He advocated for significant changes that would enable him to regain control.”

George Zimmer (born November 21, 1948) is an American entrepreneur, the founder and former Executive Chairman of the Men’s Wearhouse, a men’s clothing retailer that has more than 1,200 stores across the U.S. and Canada under the brands Moores, Men’s Wearhouse and K&G Superstores. Zimmer’s style of corporate management (for example, the company’s June 2004 nomination of spiritual guru Deepak Chopra to its board) is peculiar in the view of some, while others perceive his style as cutting-edge.

Deepak Chopra (born October 22, 1947) is a Hindu Indian-American physician, a holistic health/New Age guru, and alternative medicine practitioner.

Change may refer to the process of becoming different.

Dress clothes are clothing that is less formal than formal wear but more formal than casual wear. For men, this includes items like a necktie, a dress shirt, trousers, dress socks, dress shoes, and underwear.

Gap is Ready For Holiday Cheer

Christmas or Christmas Day is an annual holiday that, in Christianity, commemorates the birth of Jesus Christ.

Hanukkah (Hebrew: חנוכה‎, also romanized as Chanukah), also known as the Festival of Lights, is an eight-day Jewish holiday commemorating the rededication of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem at the time of the Maccabean Revolt of the 2nd century BCE.

Kwanzaa is a weeklong celebration held in the United States honoring universal African heritage and culture, marked by participants lighting a kinara (candle holder).

Worldwide, interpretation of [the Winter Solstice] has varied from culture to culture, but most cultures have held a recognition of rebirth, involving holidays, festivals, gatherings, rituals or other celebrations around that time.

When Gap was founded in 1969, its targeted customers were younger generations (hence the name of the store, which refers to the generation gap of the time.

Why spoil the view? Wear Underalls

Underalls were a brand of undergarments for ladies marketed in the United States from their introduction in 1976 until the early 1990s. They were famous for being a combination of pantyhose and panties together, presumably to prevent panty-lines.

A prominent, visible panty line or VPL (visible panty line) occurs when the outline of one’s underpants becomes visible through one’s clothes. There may be a ridge or depression in the clothes, or the clothes may be slightly see-through. The taboo in many cultures against showing one’s underwear means that panty lines are generally considered undesirable and embarrassing.

Kayser Perfects are perfect on Monday

Panties are divided into various types based on such criteria as amount of rear coverage, width at the sides, and height at which they are worn. These categories are not necessarily distinct and usage may vary somewhat among brands. Briefs rise to the waist or just below the navel and have full coverage in the rear. In the classic brief, the sides extend below the hip. In the high-cut brief, they are somewhat narrower

In English language countries the days of the week are Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Most business and social calendars in the United States and Canada mark Sunday as the first day of the week, though in the United Kingdom, Australia, South Africa and South America, Monday is considered the first day of the working week.

No nonsense has been a major supplier of women’s legwear to food, drug, mass and club outlets. Today, in addition to hosiery, tights and dress socks, they also offer sleepwear, panties, sporty style socks, novelty socks and foot comfort products, as well as socks for men and children. No nonsense is owned by the Kayser-Roth Corporation.

Cotton Sloggi Stretch With Your Body, Sloggi

Sloggi is a brand from the German underwear company Triumph International. It is well known for female underwear despite the fact that it also produces male underpants. To meet demand for Sloggi underwear in 2006, 812,000 kilometres of raw threads are processed every 60 minutes. This is the distance from the earth to the moon and back.

Triumph International is an international underwear manufacturer. Founded in Heubach, Württemberg, Germany 1886 by the two families Spiesshofer & Braun. The first foreign subsidiary was established in Zurzach, Switzerland which has become the company’s financial headquarters.