American Eagle Outfitters Overview
American Eagle Outfitters is an American clothing company providing its products and services across the world.
The company was established in 1977 by Jerry Silverman and Mark Silverman. The main head office of the organization situated in Pennsylvania, the United States, The Chief Executive officer of Outfitters is Jay Schittenstein.
In 2016, the revenue of the firm was US$3.61 billion whereas the total asset of the firm was US$1.2 billion.
The company currently has a 24,100 number of employees for providing their product and services across the world.
They also manage several sisters subsidiaries named as Aerie, AEO Management Co, AE Retail West LLC, Retail Licensing CO, Retail Royalty CO, Blue Star Imports, Retail Distribution East LLC and many more.
They are very popular for jeans, polo shirts, graphic T-shirts and swimwear.
The company is the owner of brands named as Aerie, Martin + Osa, 77kids, and Tailgate.
In 2006, they launched the Aerie brand which sells a variety of bras and undergarments. It started as a standalone concept.
The first store of the brand opened in 2016 at Greenville, South Carolina. The brand controls more than 147 stores in the United States and Canada.
In 2016, the American Eagle Outfitters launched its second brand named Martin + Osa.
The brands also sold products by Fred Perry, Ray-Ban, Adidas and Hobo International. They also provide kids with clothes through brand 77kids which launched in October 2018.
In 2001, the company opened there first in Canada. Later, the company opened stores in San Juan and Puerto Rico.
They also operate a store in Kuwait, Riyadh, and Dubai. On 20 February 2013, they opened their store in Mexico at Fashion Mall Perisur.
The company was the primary sponsor of the New American Music Union on August 8 and 9, 2018 at Southside Works in Pittsburgh.