News Coverage: Extraordinary Stories Behind Everyday Things

News Coverage: Extraordinary Stories Behind Everyday Things

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The Magnolia Network visited us at the factory. We're in episode two of their show "Extraordinary Stories Behind Everyday Things." They captured our best-selling Tennessee Reds moving through the factory!

Watch here. 

Photo Credit: Magnolia Network

Special Thanks: Citizen Pictures

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