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Kaufman's Tall & Big Men's Shop celebrates 50th anniversary
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Apr '08
Kaufman's Tall & Big Men's Shop, a clothing industry pioneer and sports celebrity hot-spot, is celebrating its 50th anniversary.

Kaufman's, which has seen some of the most recognizable names in sports pass through the extra-wide, extra-tall doors of its South Broadway location, now serves a much broader cross section of the big and tall market.

"It's not just about athletes anymore," said Sam Kaufman, owner of the original South Broadway store in Englewood and a second store in Bellevue, Wash, a Seattle suburb.

"The market space we are addressing is actually gaining more attention every year from mainstream manufacturers and retailers, and our pricing definitely reflects our appeal to the mainstream shopper."

Kaufman said many new customers are surprised to find prices and brands on par with most any major retail clothing store.

Through April 15, 50th anniversary pricing at both Kaufman's Tall & Big stores means 50-percent-off pricing on brand names, including select Cutter & Buck, Greg Norman, Palm Beach and Majestic clothing as well as 50-percent off of select blazers, dress and casual slacks, and all leather jackets. All other inventory is 20-percent off.

"As mayor of Denver for 12 years, Kaufman's made sure I had the right apparel for the right occasion, whether meeting presidents, governors, mayors or neighborhood residents," said Denver's former mayor, Wellington Webb. "Congratulations on 50 years."

Kaufman's Tall & Big Shop was founded by Fred Kaufman, who escaped the terror of 1936 Nazi Germany for opportunity in the United States.

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