Jan 19, 2012

Enduring Working Raiment for America's Craftsmen: HAMILTON CARHARTT MANUFACTURER


NOT PROFIT ALONE BUT FRIENDS
The Profit on My Goods Too Small for Most Dealers
"If I can have but one thing, the respect of my customer or their business, I prefer the former, though I desire both, and trust I merit them. I have never manufactured goods for profit alone; profit is necessary , of course, but secondary to me. I would not consider that I was advancing in the business world unless I made friends as well as profits. Can it be said that I am not wise?"  Hamilton Carhartt

1 comment:

  1. interesting piece...has a kind of "mission arts and crafts meets Henry Ford" feel...

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