The story of Wrangler goes back many years back in 1897, when the man behind the idea, C.C. Hudson leaves Williamson's home in Tennissia and moves to Greensboro, South Carolina where he works in industry for just 25 cents a day. A few years later, the company closes and Hudson buys some of its machines. This is how he creates together with his brother the Hudson company who manufactures work forms. In 1919, the development of the company is great where it is transferred to new facilities and renamed "Blue Bell".In 1943 Blue Bell acquired Casey Jones and after the merger the company uses Wrangler as a brand name. Jean pants designed by famous Rodeo tailors swell America. In 1962 the company opens a store in Belgium and Wrangler is introduced to Europe. The company is particularly rich in economic growth and international recognition in the 1980s and 90s. A few years later she is dynamically returning to fashion with impressive designs, bold color combinations. Wrangler's "language" is bold, young, nostalgic but fun.