Lee Jeans’ mascot Buddy Lee shows off his pride by wearing a Kansas City Royals’ uniform. The company is urging people to donate their jeans, especially Levi’s so they can be returned to San Francisco.
Lee Jeans’ mascot Buddy Lee shows off his pride by wearing a Kansas City Royals’ uniform. The company is urging people to donate their jeans, especially Levi’s so they can be returned to San Francisco. Courtesy of Lee Jeans
Lee Jeans’ mascot Buddy Lee shows off his pride by wearing a Kansas City Royals’ uniform. The company is urging people to donate their jeans, especially Levi’s so they can be returned to San Francisco. Courtesy of Lee Jeans

Lee Jeans calls for KC to send Levi’s back to San Francisco

October 20, 2014 2:57 PM

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