LuluLemon By: Nat & keNzie

LuluLemon was founded by Chip Wilson in Vancouver, Canada in 1998. He stepped down from CEO on February 2, 2015 after he generated a string of unfortunate headlines about his beliefs. Some of those beliefs include favoring child labor, his disdain for the ability of the Japanese to speak English, a love of Ayn Rand, and his opinion that The Pill created a generation of divorce-shattered women now seeking empowerment through yoga.
Lululemon is a yoga-inspired, technical athletic apparel company for women and men.
It started as a design studio by day and yoga studio by night and soon became a standalone store in November of 2000 on West 4th Avenue in Vancouver’s Kitsilano neighborhood.
The first designs were made for women to wear during yoga. Through plenty of feedback from their guests, ambassadors and elite athletes, they now design for yoga, running, cycling, training and most other sweaty pursuits for women and men.
Lululemon's corporate manifesto is printed on its bags. The company's recent decision to include a reference on some of its bags to Ayn Rand's novel Atlas Shrugged, which advocates self-interest as the path to a better world, has raised eyebrows with some of its devotees.
Diffusion of LuluLemon: hiarchical
The company's distinctive logo is a stylized A, a leftover from one of the rejected names. Some people think it looks like a woman's flip hairstyle.

Lulu lemon stores generally are located in more populous cities in different states. In Texas there ar ones in south lake, Dallas, Austin, a prime example of a store located In a populous city is the one in the domain in Austin!

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