We are so honored to have received WESA’s Top Hand Award for 2013. The Western and English Sales Association (WESA) organizes trade shows where retailers, manufacturers and sales representatives can conduct business in an atmosphere of fair trade and fellowship. The markets are the world’s largest trade events for the equestrian industry! During this last market, […]
We have a big announcement to make: F.M. Light and Sons has a new owner. Don’t worry, it’s still in the family; Lindsay Dillenbeck represents the 5th generation to own the store! She and her husband, Chris, assumed ownership of the store from her father, Ty, in September. The Steamboat Pilot and Today wrote an […]
The past is so interesting. Whenever I’m feeling a bit nostalgic, I search through the Colorado Historic Newspapers Collection. In the early days, the paper to read was the Routt County Sentinel. You can browse through it to your hearts content in the comfort of your home. I enjoy searching for F.M. Light and Sons, […]
We have been in business for 107 years and counting. That’s a long time, so we have a lot of history to sift through. This newspaper ad was published in the Routt County Sentinel of Steamboat Springs on Friday, March 31, 1911, and appeared on page 4. Back then, we sold suits instead of jeans […]
This is Skidboot the dog and his owner, David Hartwig. We know this is an old video, but we think it’s a classic, so we thought we’d share it. And, it’s the weekend you’ve got to enjoy it with some laughter!
Did you know? That Cary Grant and Clint Eastwood have written letters to Levi, thanking them? You can view others as well… Levi has an Archive? Their historical collections of documents, clothing, photographs, films, posters, advertising materials and artifacts date back to the mid 1800s and include such items as the 1974 Levi’s® edition of […]