Sells clothing, headwear, backpacks, towels, mugs, and water bottles. [Description from dmoz]
Life certainly sounds good for brothers Bert and John Jacobs, who went from living in their van and subsisting on peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to running an $100-million-plus company in just a few short years. The Life is good co-founders sold T-shirts to college students up and down the East Coast before creating the firm's stick-figure mascot, Jake. Life is good got its official start in 1994 and, today, the unconventional company makes casual apparel (T-shirts, lounge pants, boxers) and accessories, caps, backpacks, jewelry, pet gear, and home through three company stores, its Web site, and through some 4,500 specialty and sporting goods stores in the US and more than 25 other countries. [Description from Hoover's]
This site reaches approximately 75,314 U.S. monthly people.
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