Mainly an undergarment supplier and innovator Fruit of the Loom has a wide variety of products that all measure up to the quality and comfort promised in the “Move to Comfort” pledge. From underwear to Active wear Fruit of the Loom is ready to bring you some of the most comfortable and best fitting clothing on the market today. Although not known specifically for their t-shirt’s, Fruit of the Loom’s Tees are very popular and ready for any activity. To find t-shirts from Fruit of the Loom check out http://www.jonestshirts.com/
Linked together through Russell and Vanity Fair, Fruit of the Loom Inc. has become a worldwide leader in apparel providers. Centered in Bowling Green, Kentucky and now a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway Fruit of the Loom was actually founded in 1851 by Robert Knight in the small state of Rhode Island. It wasn’t until 1871 that Fruit of the Loom was officially trademarked and set in stone to become one the world’s oldest lasting brands. Today Fruit of the Loom prides itself in creating “more than 90,000 jobs in close to 500 locations around the world”. Yet an astounding 90% of these are right here in the good ol’ USofA, just like any american brand should be.
Just like many other clothing companies Fruit of the Loom is committed to giving back. Working on their own carbon footprint and impact on society that they have come out with a policy named “Company’s Code of Conduct” see socialresponsibility.fruit.com/code_of_conduct - Committed to using only the best materials from legitimate sources they have refused to use and textiles from vendors known to use child labor, namely those from Uzbekistan. Also hosting and funding their own Health Fairs and Mothers Workshops, Fruit of the Loom is trying to give back for its great success. Also cutting back on its own usage of the earths natural resources they have committed to do more for our environment and keep this wonderful planet of ours safe, for more information direct from the company visit http://environmental.fruit.com/fruit_environmental.html
Ever wonder where companies get their name? Well every story is different, but would you believe that this founder took his catchphrase from our holy bible? Psalm 127:3 reads “Lo, children are an heritage of the Lord: and the fruit of the womb is his reward.” As Mr. Robert Knight’s friend Mr. Skeel’s daughter painted apples on her fathers bolts of cloth Mr. Knight had found the perfect logo for his new company. Hence “fruit of the womb” had become “Fruit of the Loom”. Loom being defined as a machine for interlacing threads or yarn to form cloth. Pretty clever isn’t it?