Cherrie moved to Tylertown in 1990 and she describes a town that was booming with industry — primarily in textiles.
However, she correctly describes what it's like today. The town looks like a lot of town we have visited along our supply chain. It looks like a town that time forgot. And the reality is that industry forgot Tylertown and moved to places like Cambodia, Mexico and China.
We love Cherrie's passion for America, the American worker and her community. Her cajun accent is uncanny and you will find a lot of that when you visit Tylertown. It's only about an hour or so from New Orleans.
Women like Cherrie keep us motivated to continue to grow our business and prioritize uplifting communities like these throughout America.