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  • Nov 04, 2016 :  Hunting, Cuz's Corner, Conservation

    Mossy Oak Started As an Acorn and Today It’s a Mighty Oak Tree

    Mossy Oak began as an idea in the mind of Toxey Haas. As we know, for an oak to withstand high winds, freezing cold, droughts, tornados and hurricanes, it has to have deep roots that are extremely strong to protect and hold the tree fast to the ground. Mossy Oak’s roots are in the people who have come together with one idea in the belief that if they work hard and serve others, they can become a part of something bigger than themselves. That initial idea has been the foundation that has allowed the Mossy Oak tree to not only stand for 30 years and also weather the storms, but also has enabled young saplings to grow, mature, spread out and provide nourishment for many. Mossy Oak's president, Bill Sugg, shares about Mossy Oak's growth.
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  • Nov 03, 2016 :  Cuz's Corner

    Serve Others to Serve Ourselves

    One word that’s synonymous with Mossy Oak for Toxey Haas, the founder, and Bill Sugg, today president of Mossy Oak, that’s taught from day one is: “We must serve others to serve ourselves.” This motto is a derivative from a verse in the Bible that says, “Whoever wants to become great among you must be your servant." (Matthew 20:26)
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  • Nov 02, 2016 :  Cuz's Corner

    Haas and Sugg Do Whatever Needs to be Done for Mossy Oak

    Mossy Oak has a very simple job description for the people who come to work there - “Do what needs to be done.” As the Mossy Oak tree of businesses grew, Toxey Haas and Bill Sugg recognized not only the need to work with more manufacturers to produce the clothes, but they needed more people to help manage the company and sell the camouflage.
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  • Nov 01, 2016 :  Cuz's Corner

    Family Was and Still Is Critically Important to Mossy Oak

    When Toxey first began running his Mossy Oak ads in state and regional publications, he had a 1-800 number that consumers could call to order Mossy Oak shirts and pants. That number was at his mom and dad’s home, because Toxey was still working at Bryan Foods in the daytime and trying to grow Mossy Oak on the weekends and at night.
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  • Sep 30, 2016 :  Cuz's Corner

    30 Years of Mossy Oak: Kevin Tate

    I came to work for Mossy Oak in the spring of 2000 and, ever since, I've been writing for the brand. Today I oversee our TV productions department and work with a driven, talented group of field producers, video editors, motion graphics artists and outdoor enthusiasts who, like me, love to see in action the power of a good story well told.
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