This site provides you with the information about bally handbag, buy cheap bally handbags online, bally handbag shopping tips, new style bally handbag pictures, price comparasion, buy discount bally handbags online, bally handbag shopping, buy lowest price new model bally handbag picture online, paypal payment, compare price, how to purchase this year model bally handbag pictures, purchase cheapest factory direct products, warranty period, return policy, free delivery, fast delivery, next day delivery, good quality wholesale bally handbags, bally handbage photo, bally handbage purchase guide, bally handbage purchase advice, where to buy bally handbages, and more.
The Bally Shoe company was founded as "Bally & Co" in 1851 by Carl Franz Bally (1821-1899) and his brother Fritz in the basement of their family home in Schonenwerd in the Canton of Solothurn, Switzerland. In 1854, a shoe factory was set up in the village but Fritz Bally left the fledgling business and Carl Franz Bally carried on under the corporate name "C.F. Bally."
By the 1860s Bally employed more than 500 people. Within another decade it had built an international reputation for quality and design in both men's and women's shoes and expanded operations outside of Switzerland to Buenos Aires, Argentina; Montevideo, Uruguay; and Paris, France.
In North America, Bally has boutiques in Atlanta, Beverly Hills, Boston, Costa Mesa, Honolulu, Houston, Las Vegas, Ledyard, McLean, New York City, and Panama City.
The company survived the Great Depression of the 1930s and the difficulties of World War II to expand globally with great success in the post-War era including a successful entry into the North American market. In 1976 they added clothing, handbags and other leather accessories. The following year the Bally family sold their interest in the company. Numerous difficulties followed and the company struggled under poor management against a tide of low-cost products from developing countries flooding the global market. In 1999 Bally was sold to the American investment fund Texas Pacific Group. On 22 April 2008 it was announced that Bally International AG is to be sold to Labelux Group Inc..
Today the company is headquartered in Caslano, Ticino, Switzerland.