Worth Knowing: Rambler's Way in Hanover closing in 2 days

Rambler's Way has just announced that it is closing its Hanover location on Saturday, May 12. Rambler's Way was known for selling casual and super-soft Rambouillet Merino wool and Pima cotton clothes sustainably made in USA. In a letter to customers today, Rambler's Way said:

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"We are saddened by our decision to leave this vibrant community, but the economic challenges of maintaining a store in a weakening retail environment are tough for a startup business.

Since opening day we have benefitted from the generosity and adventurous spirit of the Hanover community. We are grateful to the city and to Dartmouth College, which have been so welcoming, our fellow business owners and, most of all, our customers. It is our sincere hope that you'll visit us at our Portland flagship location at 100 Market Street, Portland, Maine. Of course, you can always find us online as well at www.ramblersway.com.

Like many small businesses that are seeking a new, more sustainable way of operating, Ramblers Way will continue to evolve as we learn what works and what does not. We will continue to design and produce responsibly sourced, skillfully crafted clothing made in America. We are committed to our family values of doing good while doing business." 

Many items will be on sale for Mother's Day this weekend and the store will offer an additional 10% off.

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