Discussing :: Interview: Greg Miller - Line7

New Zealanders can once again set sail with the welcome return of Line 7; polo’s, shorts, shirts, jackets, vests- it’s all there in the Autumn/Winter 2011 men’s range which will hit the shelves before the end of February. The much loved brand has gone back to its roots and is re-launching into the market under the guidance of new owner and successful textiles company Charles Parsons &Co Ltd. Frank fired a round of questions at Greg Miller Business Manager of Line7.   Right, so who brought the new line7? Charles Parsons (NZ) Ltd, a private family owned textile wholesaler. Will we notice any difference to the brand? We are different... read full article

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Interview: Greg Miller - Line7

Line7 O how I've missed you!

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Interview: Greg Miller - Line7

Will all the products be produced and made in New Zealand??????

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Interview: Greg Miller - Line7

If it's Made in NZ, you'd pay $120 for a polo and $50 for a t-shirt. No, they'll be made in China, just like Swanndri and Canterbury of New Zealand. This is 2011.

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