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Possible Answers: VANS.
Last seen on: Rock and Roll Crossword – Mar 11 2018
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Vans is an American manufacturer of skateboarding shoes, based in Costa Mesa, California, owned by VF Corporation. The company also produces apparel and other products such as T-shirts, hoodies, socks, hats, and backpacks. As of August 2013, the brand is also active in other actions sports industry and sponsors surf, snowboarding, BMX, and motocross teams. Since 1996, the company has also been the primary sponsor of the annual Vans Warped Tour traveling rock festival.
In 1944, Paul Van Doren dropped out of eighth grade at age fourteen when he realized he didn’t like school. He had a strong passion for horses and found his way to the race track where he earned the nickname “Dutch the Clutch”, and for just one dollar he would give you the odds of the race. Paul’s mother, Rena, did not enjoy the idea of Paul being without a job and not in school, so she insisted he get a job at Randy’s, a one-time shoe manufacturer in the U.S. His job entailed him to sweep the floors and make shoes. Paul eventually worked his way up the ladder and became the Executive Vice President at just 34 years old. Randy’s became one of the biggest shoe manufacturers in the U.S. From Van Doren’s quick success in Massachusetts, he was ordered to turn around a failing Randy’s factory in Gardenvale, California that was losing close to a million dollars each month. Paul and his brother Jim moved their families and settled in Anaheim to help the factory. After just eight months of being in Gardenvale, the factory was functioning better than the one in Massachusetts. Three months after saving the Gardenvale factory, Paul decided he wanted to start his own shoe brand.