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In an "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer spoke with Dani Reiss, president and CEO of Canada Goose Holdings (GOOS) , the 60-year old family business that is now a luxury outerwear powerhouse.
Reiss started off by saying that all of their products are indeed made in Canada, where the company employs 1,500 people in six facilities. Canada Goose doesn't just make "stuff," he said, they make enduring and relevant products that are truly best in class.
Reiss added that they've found a terrific partner in Bain Capital, which took a majority stake in the company in 2013. He said the partnership has been great and Bain is very supportive of everything they do.
When asked about the fur used in some of their products, Reiss explained that all their materials are sourced ethically and responsibly, and for those who don't want fur, they have many products without it. Canada Goose gives customers the freedom to choose the styles they want and fur is always used for function first and not simply fashion.
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