Haggar Clothing Co. is a manufacturer of men's clothing based in Dallas, Texas. The Haggar Clothing Company was founded in 1926 in Dallas, Texas by Lebanese immigrant Joseph M. Haggar.
Haggar popularized the term "slacks" for men's pants in the 1940s. This term, as cited by the Oxford English Dictionary, was used for “loosely cut trousers for informal wear,” in 1824.
In 2005, Haggar Corp. was acquired by a group of private investors led by Infinity Associates. The company began a marketing campaign called "Making Things Right" to strengthen ties with retailers and improve its brand's image among consumers.
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