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Tommy Bahama is a Seattlemarker-based manufacturer and licenser of high-end tropical-themed wear and other clothing and household goods. The company is owned by Georgiamarker-based Oxford Industries. The company sells apparel through its own chain of retail outlets in Canadamarker and the United Statesmarker, and through other retailers. The company operates restaurants attached to some stores that serve tropical themed food as well. it recently opened a new bar at Yankee Stadiummarker.

The chief brands marketed are Tommy Bahama and Island Estates. While the store is known primarily as a clothing retailer, it also features shoes, furniture, candles, soaps and lotions, games, drinking glasses, and lighting. The company's line of fragrances and ancillary products were launched in 2005 by Gemini Cosmetics. [91072] All retail locations located outside of the US are run by licensed companies. For example, the Canadian facet of Tommy Bahama is managed by Jaytex Retail Corporation, based in Torontomarker.

Rum

Tommy Bahama launched its own line of rum in 2007. The line includes two varieties, "White Sand" a light rum and "Golden Sun" an aged, dark rum. Both 80-proof varieties are produced by R. L. Seale Distillery, which has been producing rum for more than 80 years in Barbadosmarker.

Cultural references

In 2007's The Simpsons Movie, when Homer arrives at Krusty Burger to bring Bart his clothes after he skateboards through town naked, Bart lets Homer know that he forgot his pants. Homer responds by sarcastically saying: "Who am I, Tommy Bahama?!"

In the USA Network series Burn Notice, Sam Axe (portrayed by Bruce Campbell) often wears Tommy Bahama shirts. Bruce has mentioned the brand by name during DVD commentaries.

In the television show Dexter, the character Angel Batista often wears Tommy Bahama shirts.

In the second season of True Blood, Mary-Anne's butler, Carl, wears several printed shirts from Tommy Bahama.

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