|Founded||Melbourne, Australia, 1987|
Tarocash is an Australian chain of men's clothing stores.
In 1987 two brothers, Stephen and Michael Leibowitz, immigrated to Australia, bringing with them a family heritage of menswear retailing from South Africa. Two weeks later they began supplying wholesale menswear to retail outlets across Australia and quickly realised that Australian men were in desperate need of their own coordinated range of smart-casual clothing. They opened their first store under the name “Café” the following year, and by 1991 had five stores.
By then, the business needed a new name. Tarocash was derived from the first two letters of each of their children’s names. Today, Tarocash has grown into one of Australia’s most successful menswear retailers, with over 110 stores across Australia and New Zealand and many stockists throughout the region. The original philosophy of providing outstanding service remains, but to its customers Tarocash means quality, value and the latest smart-casual fashion for any occasion.
Launched by two brothers, Stephen and Michael Leibowitz in 1987, the Tarocash name was derived using two letters from each brother's children's names: Taryn, Romi, Carly and Sasha.
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