Portland Business Journal: The Breakout Bunch

February 08, 2019

The New Faces of A&O

"Long known for giants and startups, the critical middle-class emerges in a signature industry."

"[Scott] Hamlin's Portland-based Looptworks is another company that's grown without significant investor cash. Hamlin said the business doesn't have debt. He also said it doesn't have a line of credit."

"'Every penny we spend goes right back into the brand,' Hamlin said." 

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