Mission: Our family of brands is devoted to enriching every day through comfort, performance, and fun.
Great minds think alike....our Russell Athletic Team showed up to work in the same shirts! :) Shop the new Heritage Collection and Eagle R tops on our Russell Athletic site.
Fruit of the Loom is celebrating the launch of the Seek No Further™collection, its most stylish and versatile women's clothing line to date with an interactive, multi-room shopping experience in the heart of SoHo, New York City from Friday, Oct. 12 to Saturday, Oct. 13. Seek No Further products will also be available for purchase online on http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQxH6 and Amazon.
Kentucky is rich in Southern Lifestyle, with endless possibilities for enriching your quality of life! Known as The Bluegrass State you can enjoy thoroughbred horse racing and horse farms, exploring caves, tasting bourbon country, driving the Corvette, and soaking up the down-home cooking recipes of the south.
Bowling Green, KY, home to Fruit of the Loom, Inc. is in South Central Kentucky and at the center of the growth, but with a strong history dating all the way back to 1775. The city, citizens, and the historic preservation board all keep the spirit of Bowling Green past and present alive and that is what drives this city not to be just any other city!
More than 50 colleges and universities are within 60 miles of South Central Kentucky, including top-ranked schools by U.S. News & World Report. Western Kentucky University is home to the Carol Martin Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science, the #1 High School in America three years in a row according to Newsweek. Vanderbilt University is ranked 15th in the "Best National Universities" by U.S. News & World Report (2016). Belmont University is ranked 6th in the "Best Regional University South Rankings" by U.S. News & World Report (2016).
We can keep you busy for days, and this city offers so much more that we think you will be surprised by how much is happening here. Come see for yourself, you won’t want to leave!
While you are visiting, don't forget to stop by our Brand Store Outlet and shop all of our products in one store!
The Brand Shop
2622 Scottsville Road, Bowling Green, KY 42103
Monday - Saturday 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
Sunday 12:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Fruit of the Loom was born in 1851 when brothers Benjamin and Robert Knight bought their first mill and started producing cotton cloth and textiles in Warwick, Rhode Island. Fruit of the Loom was registered as an official trademark in 1871, making it one of the world’s most historic brands – predating the invention of light bulbs, cars, and telephones!
Shop Here: www.fruit.com
Russell Athletic was founded in 1902 by Benjamin Russell. With legacies like the invention of the sweatshirt and outfitting great athletes for generations, Russell Athletic has played an integral role in developing performance wear that delivers for more than 100 years! Combining the old with the new, Russell Athletic continues to create modern-day classics for everyday athletes.
Shop Here: www.russellathletic.com
Since 1876, Spalding has been true to the game. We ignite the inner confidence that lives in athletes of all levels, across the globe, and enable them to play their best game. We protect the integrity of sport because of our passion for the will behind the work. Spalding’s heritage of quality products is what makes us stand out and you excel. Explore our journey to discover why we are an icon in sports and innovation.
Shop Here: www.spalding.com
Vanity Fair Brands lingerie embodies timeless sophistication and passion. Our depth of heritage and experience enables us to deliver superior fit, comfort, and support in average figure, full-figure, and full-coverage products that can be worn all day, every day. Vanity Fair® products offer everything you would expect from a brand that has been making women beautiful since 1899.
Shop Here: www.vanityfairlingerie.com
RESPECT FOR PEOPLE
People are our most valued asset
We strive to promote self-esteem to all individuals
Individuals must have ownership in the company’s objectives and performance
We never compromise
CREATE AN ENVIRONMENT FOR SUCCESS
Planning: knowing where we are, where we want to be, and how we want to get there
Education: the catalyst for success
Communication: the foundation for success
COMMITMENT TO EXCELLENCE
We never accept “status quo” in anything
We seek constant improvement in everything
We never allow success to be limited by effort
WE ARE RESULTS ORIENTED
WE MAKE IT FUN
At Fruit of the Loom, Inc. we are committed to ensuring that our company conducts business in a socially responsible fashion, balancing the needs of the business with our impact on the environment, the people involved in our supply chain, and the communities in which we operate.
The garment industry has a challenging business model, with retailers and manufacturers competing with consumer-driven, low-priced products. An industry, once primarily manufacturing in the U.S., has moved operations to manufacturing hubs in other countries quickly complicating supply chains and distancing consumers from the source of the product. In this complex model, it is imperative that companies recognize the impact of their operations and diligently work together, as part of a larger effort, with producers, manufacturers, brands, retailers, and consumers to make that model sustainable.
Fruit of the Loom, Inc. also believes that successful companies need healthy societies. We embrace the concept of corporate social responsibility as a tool that provides an integral view of business and society.
It is our responsibility to strategically utilize our expertise and resources to run a competitive and profitable business, while at the same time adding value to the communities in which we operate by preserving our planet’s natural resources and empowering our people.
Fruit of the Loom’s third-party verified carbon footprint by SCS Global Services guarantees that our measured greenhouse gas (GHG) emission calculations are thorough and accurate and in accordance to World Resources Institute’s GHG Protocol Corporate Standard. Carbon footprints help organizations identify opportunities to reduce the climate impacts of their operations and are also used to create baselines against which greenhouse gas reduction efforts can be benchmarked. Fruit of the Loom reported their verified carbon footprint to the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), which provides greater transparency and credibility to stakeholders.
THE FRUIT STORY
Fruit of the Loom was born in 1851 when brothers Benjamin and Robert Knight bought their first mill and started producing cotton cloth and textiles in Warwick, Rhode Island. In 1871, Fruit of the Loom® was registered as an official trademark, making it one of the world’s oldest brands — predating the invention of light bulbs, cars and telephones! Today, more than 160 years later, Fruit of the Loom, Inc. is now a global underwear and casualwear business, employing more than 32,000 people worldwide. Our colorful T-shirts and underwear are known by consumers in all corners of the globe and our name is synonymous with providing quality, value and style. Staying true to our roots and close to our heritage, our collections are authentic, timeless and unmistakably Fruit of the Loom.
I have been working at Fruit of the Loom, Inc. full-time (More than 10 years)
Progressive stance on IT/systems...we have made major leaps in developing our systems/software in the last few years...implementing ERP and state of the art data management platform.
Compensation and benefits are competitive.
Growth opportunities are only limited by each individual's drive, work ethic, and commitment to process improvement. Training /education offered and encouraged.
Family atmosphere...as in any large organization, disagreements occur between individuals...and between departments. These differences are resolved civilly by open discussion....with the best interest of the company at the heart of the resolution...backstabbing is strongly discouraged. Open door policy truly in place. Sense that all departments working toward same goals.
No free underwear for employees!
Advice to Management
Please continue to support the progress made in benefits and IT infrastructure...you are creating a great workplace!
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Fruit of the Loom, Inc. (Bowling Green, KY) in March 2015.
Applyed on line....heard from them in less then week. Had phone interview..then on canpus the next week...laid back but upbeat, met with 3 managers. Appropriate questions for job. Left with no set time on interview turn around.Been one week still waiting for contact after.
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