Fossil digs the watch business while unearthing a place in the accessories and apparel niches. A leading mid-priced watchmaker in the US, it generates most of its sales from watches. Brands include its Fossil and Relic watches, as well as licensed names Armani, Michael Kors, adidas, Burberry, and Marc Jacobs, and private-label watches for Target and – more... Wal-Mart. Fossil also distributes fashion accessories, such as leather goods, sunglasses, and apparel. The company peddles its products through department stores and specialty shops in more than 120 countries through some 400 mostly US and company-owned stores, as well as through its own catalog and website. Products are also sold on cruise ships and in airports. – less
Fossil Employer Reviews
Store Manager (Current Employee), Bethesda, MD – August 16, 2012
Sales Representative (Current Employee), Milton, ON – December 15, 2013
Stocker (Former Employee), Foley, AL – November 29, 2013
ASSISTANT MANAGER (Current Employee), Camarillo, CA – November 5, 2013
Sales Associate (Current Employee), Carlsbad, CA – November 3, 2013
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