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Williamson-Dickie & Daystone conclude licensing deal
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Aug '09
Williamson-Dickie Mfg. Co. and Daystone International announced the completion of their licensing partnership. For nine years, Daystone International held the license for Dickies fashion headwear, caps and cold weather knit headwear.

Daystone International, a wholly owned subsidiary of San Sun Hat and Cap Co. Ltd, has been a strong licensee for Dickies. The company will continue to fulfill Dickies licensed orders through 2009. Daystone International will also continue operations in Atlanta through December 2009. Following that, the company's new headquarters will be located in Roselle, IL, a suburb of Chicago.

Dickies is not currently accepting proposals for a new licensing partner in headwear and cold weather accessories.

Since its beginnings in Fort Worth, Texas in 1922, the Williamson-Dickie Manufacturing Company has grown from a humble manufacturer of bib overalls into a global brand powerhouse, with DICKIES work pants, shirts, denim, outerwear, school uniforms, outdoor gear, medical and chefs apparel and an extensive licensing program offering sturdy head-to-toe clothing options for hardworking men and women of all ages, professions, regions and interests.

Daystone is a worldwide manufacturer and importer of a wide variety of caps including fully decorated and blank products for retail and advertising specialty channels

Daystone International


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