Spotlight: Wrangler honors denim history

December 25, 2015 - fall Denim

Wrangler Celebrates

Wrangler Celebrates “Jeansboro”

Liz Valashinas and Zeke Vantreese have fun with a handprinted board formulating a 3D outcome for photographs as Wrangler binds a initial ever “Jeansboro Day” to compensate loyalty to a weave attention during their downtown domicile on Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2015, in Greensboro, N.C.

Jeansboro banner

Jeansboro banner

A Jeansboro ensign adorns a Wrangler building in downtown Greensboro.

Kojima, Japan, where jeans were not made until a 1960s, has a identical campaign.



Posted: Friday, Dec 25, 2015 12:00 am

Spotlight: Wrangler honors denim history

By Tina Firesheets
tina@1808greensboro.com

greensboro.com

This year, some-more families will get into a Greensboro Children’s Museum during a ignored rate on First Fridays.

The Greensboro Science Center’s Family Farm will get an upgrade.

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