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Brown Shoe Company

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The company was created in St. Louis and was originally named Bryan, Brown & Company after its founders George Warren Brown and Alvin Bryan. The name was changed to Brown Shoe Company in 1893. In 1925, Brown's widow endowed the George Warren Brown School of Social Work at Washington University in St. Louis. 

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The company was created in St. Louis and was originally named Bryan, Brown & Company after its founders George Warren Brown and Alvin Bryan. The name was changed to Brown Shoe Company in 1893. In 1925, Brown's widow endowed the George Warren Brown School of Social Work at Washington University in St. Louis. 

Brown Shoe Company, Inc. is a $2.3 billion footwear company with worldwide operations. The company operates the 1,100-store Famous Footwear chain. It also operates 100 specialty retail stores in the United States, Canada and China under the Naturalizer name, as well as Shoes.com, the Company's e-commerce subsidiary. Brown Shoe's wholesale divisions own and market leading footwear brands including Naturalizer, LifeStride, Via Spiga, Sam Edelman and Franco Sarto. The company also owns licensed brands including Dr. Scholl's, Carlos by Carlos Santana, Fergie Footwear and Vince branded footwear. 

As of February 2011, American Sporting Goods Corporation operates as a subsidiary of Brown Shoe Company. Its brands include Avia, Ryka and Nevados.

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