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Club Car Kicks Golf Carts into High Gear

Club Car came into the picture when it was founded in Houston, Texas in 1958. Bill Stevens, Jr. purchased the company shortly after its founding, eventually moving operation operations over to Augusta, Georgia in the 1960s. It is in Augusta where Club Car’s primary headquarters resides to this day. In the 1970s, ownership of Club Car went from Bill Stevens to an executive group from EZGO with goals of operating its own business. It was under this ownership where Club Car flourished, transitioning and building a reputation as a highly regarded and trailblazing player in the golf cart industry. This… Read More

Catherines: Affordable Fashion for Full-Figured Women

The department store Catherines was already concentrating its efforts on carving a distinct name for itself by catering to full-figured women well before everyone else decided to jump on the bandwagon. During the 1960s, a tenacious woman going by the name of Catherine Weaver set her sights on opening a small Memphis based boutique. Being a plus size woman herself, Weaver wanted to create a synthesis of beauty, style, and self-assurance to clients whose options when it came to fashion were significantly limited at the time. Catherine Weaver’s rolling of the dice ultimately yielded positive results. Nearly 400 Catherines stores… Read More