The Dallas Cowboys have been in a rough spot over the past few years.
The franchise is currently playing for the first time since 1999, and the team has been trying to find a new direction since.
Paragon, the NFL’s leading apparel company, has been the most consistent provider of quality apparel for the team, but the team’s new owner, Jerry Jones, recently revealed that the company has decided to exit.
Paragons chief executive officer and founder Mark Stiles says the company’s focus is on providing a more focused and meaningful way for its fans to experience the game of football.
In an interview with Sports Business Daily, Stiles said that the new owner has decided that the brand should focus on providing the best possible experience for players, fans and the teams community.
Paraganas new owner Jerry Jones recently revealed Paragon will not continue as the NFL team apparel provider.
In the interview, Stile said that Paragon’s focus will shift to building a better experience for the community.
“We are a family-owned company,” Stiles told the publication.
“We don’t want to make the same mistake as the Cowboys, who are using a franchise to make their own.
I think this decision has been made in the best interests of Paragana and its fans.”
Stiles went on to say that the decision to discontinue Paragon is a “mistake” for the company, and that he believes it is “the right time to change direction and re-focus.”
Paragon was founded in 1997, and has long been a fan favorite for its quality apparel.
The company’s most recent campaign, “In the Stars,” was a commercial success, and fans have been excited about the new season of the show since the release of the ad.
Fans have also been asking for the return of Paragans iconic jersey, and with a new owner at the helm, fans are optimistic that they will see a return to Paragon in the near future.