I. Weinberg Hosiery Passes Value on to the Community

I. Weinberg Hosiery began on Maxwell Street when founder Irving Weinberg started selling socks at the open-air market upon his immigration to the US after surviving WWII as a concentration camp refugee.

As sales increased, I. Weinberg Hosiery opened a retail space at 632 W. Roosevelt Rd., where its been located ever since.
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Many local customers remember visiting the store with their parents and grandparents. 
In 1974, I. Weinberg opened a finishing mill, “Felice Hosiery Company,” in Kernersville, NC.

Today, I. Weinberg Hosiery remains a family-run wholesale and retail distributor of quality socks, continuing to serve local Chicago families as well as national retailers.

Other products now available include t-shirts, sweatshirts, towels, underwear and leggings.
 
“It’s about more than just offering a good price,” said owner Felice Nelson. “It’s about passing on good value with quality products.”
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South Central Bank has been there along the way, providing personal service beyond the average bank.

“It’s been great dealing with a bank built on personal relationships,” Nelson said.