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Christmas at our Old Town corporate HQ

This week, it’s pretty quiet at our headquarters in Portland’s Old Town.  We thought we’d share a little of our holiday atmosphere.

These some shots were taken in our reception area, and in the three story atrium that is our main building lobby. You can see our heritage in the raw fleece, antique bobbins, and a child-sized Wolf form (a very vintage model from back when we offered boy’s shirts). There are Santas dressed in Pendleton plaid. Portraits of members of the Bishop family, who have steered Pendleton Woolen Mills for six generations, decorate the walls. And you can see the antique salesmen’s trunk we filled with items for local charities.  Six boxes worth!

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Finally, down in our main lobby, you can see the Thomas Kay lager. It has sold through, but looks quite festive in the window.

From all of us to all of you and yours, have a peaceful holiday and happy new year.

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  1. Candice Jimenez #

    When is the Pendleton sale at the corporate office? I remember going to one last year or the year before in a small room on a corner street in Old Town Portland – I believe off of Broadway. Is this still something that will continue to happen or does it depend on inventory?

    January 1, 2013
    • Candace, not sure just what you’re talking about…perhaps the TPC/Opening Ceremony sale? If we have one this year (inventory is leaner) we will announce that on portlandcollection.net.

      January 2, 2013

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