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This is an unstructured hat, and has an adjustable strap back with a small tag with the team's alternate logo. The strap buckle fastens with a snap. It fits my head perfectly, and looks fine backwards, too. This hat is exactly what I was looking for. It was made in China, if that's a concern for anyone, but I'm all for international commerce. I give this hat a 5/5. Good job, '47.
The Boston Bruins Proshop has been providing official NHL clothing, memorabilia, and gifts to fans at the team’s home in TD Garden, along with serving the fans of the Boston Celtics. Business at the Proshop ebbs and flows with the fans –periods of quiet punctuated by game days with massive sales. Managing inventory and replenishment is a challenge, considering the constant need to stay tuned to trends and respond to them immediately. The Proshop needed a retail management solution that could cope with rapid sales volumes, optimize their inventory, and be easily deployed at temporary store locations.
My dad bought me and the boy Celtics shirts right after the championship (go Celts!). The boy's was waaaayyyyy too big, and we happened to be in town. So, we traipsed over here to exchange it, receipt in hand. Well, first off, the store was closed for inventory so they only had a small kiosk in North Station. I handed over the receipt and explained the situation to the clerk. He stated that they no longer had that shirt because it was a special one for the Championship, so it couldn't be exchanged. I said that was fine--we would do what any other store does for an exchange and pick something else out and, if the second item is more expensive, just pay the difference. He stated that was impossible because they have a 14 day return policy and the 14 days was up YESTERDAY.