James Anthony Men's Wear

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We must keep as our goal turning away from production for war and expanding production for peace.png This entry refers to a departed business that has closed or left town.
All information here is for historical reference only.
Location
207 F Street (Next to Armadillo Music)
Hours
Mon-Fri 9:00AM-5:30PM
Sat 9:30AM-5:00PM
Sun Closed
Phone
(530)753-2465
Website
None
Proprietor
Nick Gojkovich
Established
1987

A (soon to be) former men's clothing store.

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2006-05-16 22:50:33   do they rent tuxedo's? —DaveBanister


2006-05-16 22:51:28   Yes, they have a pretty good catalog to choose from. —JasonAller


2006-06-05 14:53:43   Ended up renting a tux here. They were helpful and nice. —DaveBanister


2010-01-11 17:11:11   As of today, going out of business. —SunjeetBaadkar


2010-01-24 12:01:11   This is where I got my white tux from, the Gojk's are awesome folks —StevenDaubert


2011-08-05 09:35:25   This is where I got my tuxes for all High School Proms... they'd measure you for free, even if you weren't buying there. They had lots of Joe Boxer and Tommy Bahama stuff in the later years... the owner was always kind and generous (he'd do the measurements himself!) Great local business, was around for a pretty long time ('87, as stated above). —OldDavis73


2012-06-12 00:35:08   So sad this place is gone. I got my tuxes for Junior and Senior prom here. I'm going to a wedding later this month and I can't seem to find anywhere else other than Men's Wearhouse to rent a tux. The people here were so friendly, and they had a pretty big catalog of suits/tuxes to rent from. —CecilioPadilla

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