A family business founded in 1920 in Randolph, Vermont, Green Mountain started out making embroidered silk dress gloves but soon developed a specialty in heavy-duty leather work gloves. Two customers contacted us in 2017 after NPR ran a story about the company’s struggle to survive in an era of cheap imported competition: they were down to one sewing machine and four employees producing twenty dozen gloves a month, with no promise of a successor for the aging owner. Cheeringly, the company found a young successor after all, who shares his predecessors’ values but has also revamped the company’s online presence and branding (including a name change). The company’s Luddite quirkiness and devotion to quality in a world that cuts corners, ignores human costs, and demands uniformity seemed to fit in with Fedco's values like hand and glove. And, like Fedco, Vermont Glove runs on solar energy!
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