SRH Clothing

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SRH is a clothing brand founded in San Diego in 1991 by Kevin Zinger and Ryan White, inspired by California subcultures, such as punk, hip-hop, skateboarding, motocross and surfing.[1]

SRH is an acronym that stands for various phrases, including "Supporting Radical Habits" and "Stoners Reeking Havoc".[2]

History

SRH began as a production company in San Diego, Calif., producing concerts in the 1990s featuring musical acts likes Sublime, Pennywise, Offspring and Blink-182.

While putting on events through SRH Productions, Kevin Zinger and Ryan White began to produce t-shirts and hats with their logo on them, which the bands they booked would wear.

At its peak, SRH Clothing was bringing in more than $16 million a year in revenue.[3]

References

  1. SRH.com "SRH | About Us", SRH.com, Retrieved on 18 October 2018.
  2. SRH.com "Spaded History X: The History of SRH, Part 3", SRH.com, Retrieved on 18 October 2018.
  3. ZoomInfo "SRH Profile", ZoomInfo.com, Retrieved on 18 October 2018.

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