Lubbock clothier offers recession proof deal - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

3/24/09

Lubbock clothier offers recession proof deal

LUBBOCK, TX & HAMSTEAD MD (KCBD) - A Lubbock men's' store offers you a recession proof deal.  "The economy is bad and we're out here trying to take care of our customers. And our company is offering a risk free suit deal," says Leslie Everson, the store manager for Jos. A Bank clothier.    The store will refund the price of a new suit to anyone who loses his job for suits up to $199.

If you lose your job, you get the money back and you get to keep the suit.  Jos. A Bank says any man who loses his job might need that suit for job interviews to find his next employer.

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