Bow Ties in the News
Bond has won millions of fans, including Heineken, which, for the past 15 years, has partnered with the legendary ladykiller. It's a partnership that has been mutually beneficial to both parties. Heineken first partnered with James Bond in Tomorrow Never Dies in 1997 - the year they introduced the keg - and went on to have successful partnerships forThe World is not Enough, Die Another Day, Casino Royale andQuantum of Solace.
Ohio State President E. Gordon Gee, TIME's 2009 college president of the year and the highest paid college president in the country, has spent more than $64,000 on bow ties and related items since fall 2007, according to the Dayton Daily News.
Welcome to Modern Day Mogul: a unisex bow tie line that was launched on May 20, 2012. Entrepreneur Mike Mogul states that it's all about "exploring vintage and remaining contemporary". I've always wanted to wear a bow tie but felt it wasn't feminine enough, however viewing Mike Mogul line i felt that i can finally achieve a great feminine look! These unisex bow ties range from $25.00-$75.00, but in honor of the upcoming Essence Music Festival in New Orleans the company has discounted the Spring/Summer collection to just $25.00 each!! Are you interested in viewing his collection? Read More
BowTies are Back: Easter Seals and BowTie Cause Celebrate"BowTie Friday" on June 15 Colorful BowTies Support Kids at Risk for DisabilitiesCHICAGO, June 14, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Today, Easter Seals is celebrating Father's Day and helping kids with disabilities by...wearing BowTies?! Easter Seals is partnering with BowTie Cause, an organization launched in 2010 by former NFL Linebacker Dhani Jones to challenge others to rock a BowTie for a cause they believe in. The official Father's Day BowTie was created to raise awareness around Easter Seals Make the First Five Count®, a program that's all about identifying disabilities, autism and other developmental delays within the first five years of life. Read More