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Heartland Heritage clothing line tells a Midwestern story

http://www.kansas.com/news/business/small-business/article125979589.html   BY JOE STUMPE Eagle corresponent A Wichita woman thinks it’s ridiculous that so much casual apparel worn in the Midwest is made by Southern-based brands. “We’re not Southern, so why are people here wearing a brand that tells a Southern story so well?” Lacie Leatherman said, referring to popular lines such as Southern Tide. Leatherman launched her own clothing line, Heritage Heartland, last fall. She’s currently selling men’s long- and short-sleeve shirts and hats emblazoned with a bobwhite quail, the company’s logo, through a website. She hopes to introduce more lines, including women’s wear, and find retailers to carry her goods as well. Leatherman was born and raised in Mulvane, where she says she had a “pretty fun...

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Heartland Heritage Clothing Debuts at 1 Million Cups

CEO and Founder Lacie Leatherman presented Heartland Heritage to One Million Cups In Downtown Wichita, Kansas.  Wichita Eagle interviewed Lacie about her product.    Midwestern identity gets its own clothing brand Lacie Leatherman has created what she calls a lifestyle brand for the region called Heartland Heritage. She will be at Johnston's with her shirts from 3 to 6 pm Saturday. She presented this week at 1 Million Cups. dvoorhis@wichitaeagle.com Read more here: http://www.kansas.com/news/business/#storylink=cpy              

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