Back when Richie Goldman started working on the sales floor of a
small clothing store, it had annual sales of only a few hundred
thousand dollars. Over the years he helped grow that one store into the
emerging and now omnipresent Men's Wearhouse. By the time Goldman
retired early in 2002, there were 680 Men's Wearhouse-affiliated stores
across the United States and Canada, the business was known nationally
and internationally, and had annual sales in excess of $1.27 billion.
Widely recognized as the marketing mastermind behind the success of Men's Wearhouse, Goldman has also been a quiet force in business, education, and volunteerism. His luck -- luck that he has actively created -- has expanded his life in ways and directions well beyond anything he might have imagined as a child in Hazleton, Pennsylvania, or later, as he began contemplating the larger world and his future in it.
Books by Richard Goldman
Morgan James Publishing