Pendleton pitches pooches
April 22, 2004,
PORTLAND, Ore. — Giving the lie to the old adage that you can’t teach an old dog new tricks, century-old blanket producer Pendleton Woolen Mills is making waves and building sales with an unexpectedly hot new line of canine couture.
“This whole pet thing started out almost as a lark, a way to use up excess fabric, and morphed into quite a nice little business,” said Bob Christnacht, manager of Pendleton Home.
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