Anchor Blue Clothing Company

Anchor Blue Clothing Company

Anchor Blue Inc. (formerly Miller's Outpost) was a Corona, California-based clothing retailer which had over 100 stores in the western United States. It generally sold its own Anchor Blue brand name of youth oriented denim, graphic tees and casual clothing. Sometimes the company was referred to as the Anchor Blue Inc., but their retail clothing chain of stores was labeled as Anchor Blue.

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Anchor Blue Clothing Company - Fragrance
... Anchor Blue perfumes and colognes can still be purchased online ... Men's colognes include Anchor Blue, DV8, Unchained, Black by Anchor Blue and Blue by Anchor Blue ...

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