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Northumberland Street where they were given a tour by owner Rob Charnock.
Scott said Dean was eager to show off Huddersfield’s textile heritage to the directors and staff of visiting Premier League clubs – and wearing suits made from local cloth was a Huddersfield Town chairman Dean Hoyle, centre, visits cloth merchants Dugdale Bros & Co Ltd, Northumberland Street, Huddersfield, with, from left, Scott Hufton and Andrew Littlewood of Owen Scott Tailors, Dugdale owner Rob Charnock, and Town commercial director Sean Jarvis good way to promote the industry.
“We had all of the directors in by appointment to measure them up for the suits,” said Scott. “Dean is really passionate about Huddersfield. His attitude is ‘let’s show them what this town is made of.’”
Owen Scott, which has been an official Town partner for two years, has also made bespoke suits for a number of Town players, including Chris Schindler, Elias Kachunga and Michael Hefele. Coach David Wagner also wore one of its suits when he led the players out for the play-off final at Wembley.