Saturday, June 12, 2021

Black-Owned Sock Store Motsu Celebrates 2 Dynamic Years in Business

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South Carolina's first and only sock exclusive store is celebrating their two year anniversary!

Motsu Socks, located on Main Street in Simpsonville, SC, is home to more than 600 socks with colorful, bold, and fun patterns to fit men, women, and children. Their popularity reflects a growing trend in fashion.

Over the years, Candace Channer and Calvin Hill, the owners of Motsu Socks have loved showcasing their adventurous and fun personality with socks and have shared this love with their local and out of state clients for the past two years.

With over 80 different brands from across the world, they believe when it comes to brands, there’s no question to compromise. And as the great Dumbledore once said: “One can never have enough socks.”

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Each pair is affordably priced, and Motsu Socks is currently working with a distributor to create their own unique brand which will be featured in store. They host big brand names such as Stance, Happy Socks, Socksmith, HotSox, Two Left Feet, and more!

The team at Motsu mentioned, “We wanted to do more for the community than simply provide the best and most colorful socks from around the world. So we give back to those in need and provide an opportunity to help the environment at the same time.”

They offer a sock recycling program called “Motsu Socks Cares” which assists the underserved and vulnerable in the community. For each old sock recycled, the store donates one new pair of socks to shelters across the Upstate of South Carolina and U.S.

The past two years of business is all thanks to the support of their loyal customer base. Whether a one-time purchase or a repeat customer, Motsu Socks has grown significantly all thanks to those who believe in their mission and products.

To learn more about the store or the “Motsu Socks Cares” recycling program, visit their website at or their social media on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @motsusocks.

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