American Made Jeans by Glenn Beck’s 1791 Supply Co.
1791 Supply & Co.’s new line of denim products has reached a whole new level of clothing line reputation across the United States with their original designs, quality materials, reliable distribution, and of course, their incontestable commitment to making American made jeans … better than Levi’s.
Why “1791” USA Jeans? Because that is the year the Bill of Rights was added to the Constitution.
Is this clothing line some sort of political business? Yes, and no. Conservative political analyst, Glenn Beck, founded 1791 Supply & Co. whose major goal for presenting such highly defined products, from American made jeans to T-shirts and accessories, is to surpass the too-progressive standards and targets of a former iconic American brand, Levi’s. Their controversial “Go Forth” commercial caused Beck to take action.
Branded as selvage denim usa jean, the line entrenched on the most imperative points of an American made jeans brand as it uses first-rate fabrics. 1791 ads signal a patriotic call and not a fan boy to progressivism.
Truth be told, Levi’s and 1791 share the same denim mill, Cone Denim in Greensboro, NC, known for their Made in the USA fabrics. But, Beck differentiates his new clothing line with business goals to restore American jobs, refurbish American history, and give to charitable missions.
The $129.99 tag is in line with other high quality USA jeans. 1791 emphasizes that the American made jeans they produce are timeless and absolutely original. The company also crafts classic western shirts, rugby shirts, polos, fleeces, and sweatshirts
1791 Supply & Co.’s online store has saw a very successful launch by selling out their first line of USA jeans completely. The ideological ambition of Beck combined with his loyal fan base will no doubt stir demand for his denim products.
Will Glenn Beck soon become an influential entrepreneur in the American made movement? He is off to a good start with his 1791 Supply & Co USA jeans.
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