Inside The Rise Of Vineyard Vines | Forbes

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Over the past 20 years, Shep and Ian Murray have built a Vineyard Vines into a business that would impress both Warren and Jimmy Buffett. Founded in 1998, the company now has 95 stores, and sales of its colorful, whale-logoed shirts and neckties hit $476 million in 2016. Even more impressive, the Murrays have managed to scale while maintaining 100% ownership of the company, which Goldman Sachs reportedly valued at $1 billion two years ago when the brothers explored selling a minority stake.

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