Jos. A Bank Clothier, Inc.
Providing quality and incentive to shoppers!
To be recognized as one of Forbes Magazine’s Top 100 Best Small Companies for 2010 for the 6 consecutive year is an impressive acknowledgment for company, Jos. A Bank Clothier, Inc. The menswear retailer operates 500 stores in 45 states and the District of Columbia and has been attracting customers to their stores for 105 years. In May of 2008 they opened their doors in The Villages at Lake Sumter Landing and are currently the only men’s clothier between Leesburg and Ocala. They offer a full selection of men’s tailored and casual clothing, footwear and accessories.
In addition to offering quality and beautiful workmanship to draw in customers, Jos. A Bank Clothier initiates aggressive nationwide marketing strategies to appeal to shoppers. They offer incentives like buy 1 get 3 free and buy 1 get 5 free. They also extended their services in 2010 to offer tuxedo rentals to customers. To ensure the success of the new tuxedo rental service, the company puts a great deal of time and effort into associate training, one of the qualities that local manager, Michael Walters contributes to making the company a success. During an interview with the Daily Sun, R. Neal Black, Jos. A. Banks’ president and chief executive officer commented on the introduction of the new line. “Simultaneously, we have developed and implemented an extensive training program to prepare our sales force to effectively promote and execute the delivery of this very service-oriented and time-sensitive product,” Black said. Black also stated that “We will have the functionability to give all of our stores the ability to review the status of any customer’s order upon request,” “The system allows customers to place orders in one store and to pick up or drop off the tuxedos in a different store.”
By providing their customers with knowledgeable employees, quality products and aggressive incentives Jos. A Bank Clothier will continue to make national headlines in the Men’s Clothing Stores industry.