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JERRY'S STACKING THE DURHAM REGION WITH STYLE
Published August 27, 1998
Pistons G and Univ. of NC alum Jerry Stackhouse will open BIL of Durham, a new hip-hop clothing store, on September 19. BIL, which stands for Brothers Inspiring Loyalty, will feature urban styles, including Fila Sport clothes. While Stackhouse is the primary owner of the store, day-to-day management of the Durham, NC, store will be handled by DC-based Absolut Madness, which owns and operates similar stores in the DC area (Advantage Int'l).