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National Sock Day!

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National Sock Day!

It's here! National...sock..day? You betcha'! Started in 2016 by the sock based website 'pair of thieves', it was met with a great deal of excitement, at least by sock connoisseurs around the country. To celebrate this momentous occasion, lets take a look back at some of the key points in sock history. Before about the 2nd century A.D. most people used either woven animal hair or leather/cloth wraps in order to protect their feet, if they wore anything at all. Sandals and soft fur linings known as "piloi, were the most used methods of wicking away moisture from the feet. At...

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A quick detour

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A quick detour

We're currently on our way through Utah heading towards Vegas and the trade show. We decided to stop at Cove Fort for a little break and it was time well spent. We were given a tour of the historic fort and it was such a treat, it served as a trading post and safe haven for travelers and pioneers in the mid to late 1800's. We were shown around by a missionary of the LDS church as he told us about the families that used to work the telegraph office and provide rooms and food for weary travelers.     ...

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Dedication+Determination=Destination.

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Dedication+Determination=Destination.

The final day of the convention has come and gone, and I'm left feeling tired, but inspired.  A couple weeks before we were scheduled to leave, our general manager broke her foot while she was out walking. Usually that would see an end to any and all plans for flights or driving, let alone walking around a massive convention center! Lucky for us, our manager has a will of steel, because she came along anyway, crutches and all. Her dedication to our group of employees goes above and beyond a simple manager, and that can be said for every member...

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