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Duluth Trading Company Headquarters Address and Contact

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Duluth Trading Company Headquarters Executive Team



Stephanie Pugliese


Dave Loretta


Dave Loretta


About Duluth Trading Company, History and Headquarters Information


Duluth Trading Company was founded in the year 1989. The company has been active for almost 30 years now. The founders of the company were Dave Fierek and Bob Fierek. The former name of the company Pull’r Holding Company. The company mainly started to focus on those who used to work in construction along with a tool accessory named Bucket Boss. As the business began to grow, more and more accessories and storage equipment started to be manufactured, under the Portable Products Banner. The first headquarters of the company was established in Minnesota, United States. In the year 1993, the catalogue of the company was expanded and was entitled as Duluth Trading Company.

During the mid-1990s, the company was taken over by Fiskars. Then in the year 2000, the company was again sold off as well. The same year, the headquarters of the company was changed to Belleville, Wisconsin, United States. The company started to manufacture a successful line of shirts, which was known as Longtail T-Shirts, in the year 2002. Then in the year 2005, the company’s first women’s catalogue was released. In the year 2011, the company had aired its first nationwide advertisement featuring angry beavers. During the 2010s, when the retail apocalypse had started, many physical stores were closing down, the company still outperformed its own expectations and still continued to open new locations as well, throughout the USA. Due to the company’s rapid rate of expansion, the company had seen lower revenues in the year 2017. As of the year 2017, the company had 31 stores under its name, and the company had more plans to open 15 new stores as well. The company also planned to open its new store at the New York Metropolitan Area, United States. Also, in the year 2017, the company was the official off-sled outfitter of the United States Luge Team. The headquarters of the company is based in 170 Countryside Drive PO Box 409. The name of the place is Belleville, while the name of the state is Wisconsin, United States. The pin code of the area is 53508.


Duluth Trading Company is an American company that focuses on the marketing and selling of various kinds of apparels for men and women, including footwear and accessories as well. The current CEO of the company is Stephanie L Pugliese. As of the current date, the company has over 400 employees working. As of the year 2014, the total annual revenue of the company is more than $282 million. The company has various other trademarks under its name, such as Bucket Master, Alaskan Hardgear and Dry on the Fly.


The primary services provided by the company include the manufacturing and selling of various kinds of work and casual clothing line as well as shoes and accessories for men and women. The products of the company include pants, shirts, underwear, footwear, outerwear, hard goods and also accessories. Some of the names of the company’s products include buck naked underwear, longtail t-shirts and hose work pants.

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  • Tim Murphy says:

    Commercials really have an inventive sense of humor. Refreshing!

  • Kris says:

    Bad commercials I thought this was a family company

  • Michael Mathews says:

    As an enthusiastic and long time customer I have, on occasion, mentioned to customer service reps (and posted comments) that my hometown of Buffalo, NY NEEDS (and would welcome) a Duluth Trading bricks and mortar store.

    The closest one to us is in Pittsburgh, PA. which I have traveled to on several occasions.

    But Buffalo represents the perfect location and demographic for all of your great products…and now LL BEAN has recognized this great market and is moving in and opening their first store in this area (Grand Opening this Friday).

    There are a number of great (ready) building sites that could be perfect for your presence in this market (check out the stalled Station Twelve project in Amherst, NY…a suburb of Buffalo).

    C’mon Duluth…Buffalo and it’s surrounding suburbs
    (not to mention the nearby cities of Rochester and Syracuse New York) would welcome you with open arms.

    You could have beat LLBean to this market with your superior products. Now, you’ll have to catch up while proving you should have been here all along.

  • Stacy Gibson says:

    To Whom it may Concern, We are so sorry you’ve elected to discontinue the pocket polo shirt that was a heavier material with the trademark Duluth underarm design. The material was great, tough (doesn’t snag if it catches on a nail or something) and easy to clean. And with the longer tail, stayed tucked in. Also the “stiffer” cotton type of material, looked nicer on my husband who carries his weight in the middle. The newer “stretch” material pocketed polo, though lighter weight is not appealing to my husband and puts us in a situation of looking unprofessional as he is representing our company in the field. Please tell us you’re working on a new revision of this timeless shirt. We are long time clients and love your products!!

  • Kenneth P Dohm says:

    Stephanie Pugliese, I have an idea for a new product that will bring in a profit world wide. Contact me via e mail or cell (847) 987-1434

  • Natalie says:

    Please, please come up with women’s tall sizes! Not everyone is wide. A no yank tank and similar t-shirts are a must have!!!

  • Dave says:

    Purchased an elastic snap buckle belt several weeks ago at our local retail store and was very pleased with how it worked out. Today I stopped back to purchase another in a different color and browse for other items. When I could not find the belts, I was told they were now in back and could not sell any until next week. REALLY?….. So I drive to the store to purchase something they have in stock but I need to return next week to buy? Poor customer service! If not for the quality of items there I would not return.

  • Bernie says:

    I have sent several emails to this company’s customer service regarding pricing on their t-shirts.
    Customer Service absolutely refuses to reply with information regarding my inquiry. How they stay in business with this deplorable customer service department is beyond me!

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