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Once there was a peddler who sold caps, but he was not like an ordinary peddler, selling hats with no concern for sustainable practices. He sold eco-friendly and ethical hats, and he carried them on top of his head.
First, he had his own checked Gatsby cap, made in the USA by the Goorin Bros., hatmakers since 1895.
Then a bunch of caps from Tracy Watts, all handmade in Brooklyn using ethical business practices and green resources:
then a bunch of caps from Continue reading