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Lalbhais gift Arrow shirts to industry bigwigs

09-November-2000
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Lalbhais gift Arrow shirts to industry bigwigs

Arrow was launched 150 years ago by Cluett Peabody.Lalbhais, the exclusive licencee of the brand in India owned by the Arvind Group, has gifted the premium shirt to 350 leading captains of the industry. Its special commemorative collection in 46 designs will hit the market this week, which will be sold under the mother brand, Arrow 150 Years, later to be followed by a sub-brand. Apart from India, Lalbhais holds licence of the Arrow brand for Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and the Middle East. Arrow was launched in India in 1993.

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