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Old Navy, you should be ashamed of yourselves!
In Jacksonville, Fla., Army vet Aaron Bennett was banned from a store because he noticed an employee was wearing a military jacket, which is illegal!
The employee was wearing a Marines uniform
Old Navy is taking full responsibility for selling a cute Spider-Man children's rain jacket that "exceeds permissible levels of lead".
The retailer sent out a letter to the 140 parents who purchased the jacket in January to apologize for the oversight and request they send it back for a full refund.
Old Navy even offered each customer a $25 online gift certificate as "a gesture of appreciation".
Good for them for doing the right thing!
As we've told you before, the reality princess believes the retailer's look-a-like commercial "damaged" her reputation and wants them to pay her $20 million for doing so, but Gap's lawyer is out to rip Kimmy's claims to shreds.
Louis Petrich, the top intellectual property lawyer Gap hired last year, is
No really, there's a city in Oregon called Boring.
The Funnovations Inc. festivities included free swag giveaways, live music from Bootsy Collins and a massive funfetti cake shaped like the Old Navy "Funnovations Inc." factory designed by Duff.
As you'll recall, Kim's demanding the retailer pay her $15-20 million for using a look-a-like in one of their commercials, but they beg to differ.
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Old Navy's selling a bunch of college t-shirts just in time for football season, unfortunately they're all grammatically incorrect.
Instead of printing "Let's Go!!" all the shirts read "Lets Go!!", which is wrong. An employee who actually sat through a first grade English lesson tried to fix the retailer's mistake in the item description, but the inconsistency makes it all the more embarrassing.
It's OK Old Navy, Wet Seal feels
you're your pain.