SOURCE: Check Into Cash, Inc.

Check Into Cash, Inc.

July 25, 2014 09:53 ET

The Cashdales Suit Up and Blaze a Trail to Hardwick

CLEVELAND, TN--(Marketwired - July 25, 2014) - The Cashdales are in their hometown of Cleveland, TN on Monday, July 28, for Hardwick Clothes' 134th birthday! They will trot back to 1880 as a 38-star American flag is raised above Hardwick, the same style of flag that flew above the factory when it sewed its first suit.

"The Cashdales are wearing black suits and white stockings for the Hardwick anniversary," said Steve Scoggins, President of Check Into Cash. "If they aren't careful, they may earn the name The Classdales."

Hardwick Clothes has been sewing men's clothes in Cleveland since 1880. The company, recently acquired by Cleveland businessman Allan Jones, has been through two fires, the Great Depression, and two world wars.

"Hardwick Clothes is a major part of Cleveland's legacy," said Scoggins. "The horses are only sad that the company doesn't make blazers in their size."

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