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The Worn & Wound Podcast Ep. 30: How W&W Got Started

The Worn & Wound Podcast Ep. 30: How W&W Got Started

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This week, the Worn & Wound group got together to discuss something we don’t frequently cover: ourselves. We frequently get asked how Worn & Wound began, how we approach the watch business, why we fabricate in America, and so on, so we needed accept the open door to talk about all that–and the Podcast seemed like the most ideal approach to do it.

Joining Zach, Ilya, and Blake on today’s scene is James Helms, one of Worn & Wound’s accomplices. In the event that you’ve at any point messaged us about the shop or our items, you’ve as of now had the delight of managing James. So a debt of gratitude is in order for tuning in, and we trust you appreciate the show.

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Before we get to the show, simply one more update about completing our audience overview. You can discover it here: bit.ly/wwpod2017 . Additionally, save the date: Worn & Wound’s Wind-Up Watch Fair is under two months away, occurring Oct. 27 – 29 at Chelsea Market.

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