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Banana Republic founder: "I wish they'd changed the name"

Oct 2, 2012
Despite its preppy image, Banana Republic began as a purveyor of modified military surplus and safari wear. The company's founders, Mel and Patricia Ziegler, had no business experience, but turned a small shop into a big brand.
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