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Legend has it that the founder of this brand dreamt of a kind of a beetle some 300 hundred years ago and established a knitting and weaving business in a central European country. His son purchase the brand name that it is still known in the 1930s from an existing UK company. During the same time this family invented a garment when translated meant "a rowing camisole". Name the founder, the brand and the popular name by which the garment is known. Johannes George Pasold established a knitting and weaving business in Fleissen, Czechoslovakia, in the late 18th Century. ...

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Answers to the Strategist quiz (#481)

Legend has it that the founder of this brand dreamt of a kind of a beetle some 300 hundred years ago and established a knitting and weaving business in a central European country. His son purchase the brand name that it is still known in the 1930s from an existing UK company. During the same time this family invented a garment when translated meant "a rowing camisole". Name the founder, the brand and the popular name by which the garment is known. Johannes George Pasold established a knitting and weaving business in Fleissen, Czechoslovakia, in the late 18th Century. ...

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