Hot Socks vs. Cheap Threads

Gina Locklear grew up around socks. As a child in Fort Payne in the 1980s and ’90s, she couldn’t avoid them. Back then, the small northeastern Alabama town was the self-proclaimed “Sock Capital of the World, ” with well over 100 hosiery mills employing approximately 8, 000 people. Socks undoubtedly provided the primary economic support…

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