What a great story. And I hope that it brings you joy and fulfillment, John. You
deserve it and much more. All the best in life. Bill Lawrence ' Brighton
John, I hope you enjoy your new job. If you lover your job, you will never work
a day in your life.
"There was no Brooks Brothers in his hometown. When he moved back to Salt
Lake in 2005 .... he felt like he was abandoning an old friend."Shoot! If I'd only known John felt was feeling so down I would have
happily informed him of the Brooks Brothers store in the factory outlet mall on
the way to Park City. He would have found all sorts of great stuff there and it
would probably have cost less than what he'd become used to. Though, from
the sound of it, I'd say he's secure enough financially that he
probably doesn't worry too much about the cost.
Congratulations John and I know exactly where you're coming from. I'm a female
fan of Brooks Brothers and have shopped their stores in London, Edinburgh and
Seattle for years, but my move to Salt Lake City caused me great concern when I
found there was no Brooks Brothers in the area. You cannot belive how ecstatic
I am at knowing it is coming to town and I will no longer have to rely on mail
order. I have no doubt that Brooks Brothers will be successful in Utah.