Amazon Wardrobe, part of the Prime service and part of the company’s effort to expand in apparel, will let customers order three to 15 items of clothing without buying it.
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JANUARY 03, 2014
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FOREIGN BUSINESS CORPORATION
2014 - ALEX APPAREL HOLDINGS, INC.
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