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Hugo Boss Receives Humane Society Award

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Hugo Boss is being honored for its commitment to fur-free clothing and its use of innovative, animal-friendly materials.

The Humane Society of the United States has given Hugo Boss its Henry Spira Humane Corporate Award, which recognizes businesses, innovators and entrepreneurs committed to advancing progress on animal issues, and reinforces The The Humane Society’s commitment to the integration of humane principles within business and industry.

“We hope that awarding Hugo Boss with the Henry Spira Corporate Progress Award will help inspire other businesses to include humane concern for animals as a core aspect of corporate social responsibility,” said P.J. Smith of the Humane Society. “By going fur-free and choosing animal-friendly alternatives, Hugo Boss has become a fashion leader in animal welfare.”

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