Two items of clothing are found in the closets of most American men: khakis and polos. But alas, few of the occupants of all those closets hail from these shores. Fear not. You can buy khakis and polos made by members of your extended American family who live in South Carolina and Georgia. Jack Donnelly Khakis are manufactured by Gregg Donnelly in Roswell, Georgia. Loggerhead polos are crafted by Zac Painter and his partners in Greenville, South Carolina.
Jack Donnelly Khakis are classics. They come in Khaki or Stone with either a flat front or pleated finish. Jack Donnelly Khakis are manufactured in Georgia with fabrics that are also manufactured in the United States. Gregg Donnelly sells his khakis with a unhemmed bottom allowing you to tailor them to your perfect length. Jack Donnelly Khakis are only sold online. Gregg offers free shipping both ways on all Jack Donnelly products anywhere within the United States. Gregg also offers a great exchange policy: you can return any pant, anytime, for any reason. Gregg even pays domestic return shipping. Gregg Donnelly wants you to know what khakis you are wearing and he wants them to be Jack Donnelly Khakis!
The coast of South Carolina is the home to the endangered Loggerhead Sea Turtle. As Zac Painter points out on the Loggerhead Apparel website, the textile industry of South Carolina, once thriving, is also endangered. By purchasing Loggerhead Apparel polos, you can help save both. That’s because your purchase of Zac’s polos will help support apparel manufacturing in South Carolina. And Zac in turn donates ten percent of the revenue gained from the sale of all Loggerhead Apparel shirts directly to local causes supporting the conservation and protection of the Loggerhead. Sounds like a win-win to me!
I talk a lot about supporting American manufacturers with my friends and family. I believe it is important to buy from guys like Zac and Gregg because they employ members of our extended American family. Together we can create jobs for those in this country who want the dignity and fulfilment that a job provides. We don’t have to beg the Democrats, the Republicans or anyone else to create these jobs. We can create them ourselves by deciding that we will purchase fine American clothing made by fine fellas like Gregg and Zac. Gentlemen, I salute you!