BELLEVILLE, Wis., June 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Americans have a new forum for weighing in on the big issues. On the Duluth Trading website and Facebook Page, debate is being waged between Duluth Trading Company's Buck Naked and Free Range Organic underwear: perhaps the greatest argument since the Abraham Lincoln vs. Stephen Douglas duels of 1858.
Both vying for Illinois senate, the two great orators made history with seven, three-hour debates, one in each congressional district. This election year, however, Lincoln and Douglas surely could have found common ground over their love of underwear from Duluth Trading Company – the only question being Free Range or Buck Naked?
"There's just no argument when it comes to the comfort and flexibility of our Free Range Cotton or Buck Naked Underwear," says Stephanie Pugliese, president and chief merchandising officer for the omni-channel retailer. "So in this election year, we decided to let our customers tell us which is their frontrunner."
Concerned citizens can cast a vote for their favorite candidate until June 28. Those who like Duluth Trading on Facebook may enter to win a week's worth of free underwear. Both styles are available in boxers, briefs and boxer briefs styles and a variety of colors.
About Duluth Trading Company
"There's gotta be a better way." Our story began in Duluth in 1993, when two tradesmen saw guys lugging tools to the job site in all kinds of strange containers, and thought, "There's got to be a better way." So they invented the Bucket Boss®. Today, Duluth Trading Company (www.duluthtrading.com) is an omni-channel apparel retailer carrying on that tradition of ingenious workwear that solves problems for hardworking men and women.
Duluth Trading's tough, functional workwear is designed and tested to endure and meet the demands of tradesmen and a hardcore team of Real Women testers. Signature products, like the Longtail T® (the cure for "plumber's butt"), Ballroom® Jeans (with a crotch gusset for crouching without the ouch), and legendary Fire Hose® Workwear are developed at Duluth Trading's headquarters in Belleville, Wisconsin. Duluth Trading opened its flagship retail store in Mount Horeb, Wisconsin in 2010 and plans to open its second store in Port Washington, Wisconsin in fall 2012.
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