L.L.Bean Employees Help Kick Off the Company’s 100th Anniversary Celebration

We officially kicked off our 100th anniversary last month with a “Wear Your Bean Boots to Work Day” employee photo contest. L.L.Bean employees from around the globe showed their team spirit and creativity with over 300 photo submissions. Here are a few of our favorites.


Meet our Japan branch employees and members of the Kichijoji store staff.


Our Tyson Corner, VA employees are a good looking bunch


The stylish and hip employees of L.L.Bean Signature


Employees ham it up at the L.L.Bean South Windsor, CT store.


It's amazing how all the employees at our Orange, CT Outlet store look like "L.L."

Your L.L.Bean Freeport flagship store team

Rusty, the L.L.Bean Service Dog, shows his team spirit

The Human Resources department showcases the original store

Notice the Norwegian sweaters on our Direct to Business employees

This is a creative bunch - they put together our catalogs and website

If you called our 800 number, you may have talked to one of these talented employees from our Portland, Maine call center.

For more photos of our Employee Bean Boot Day celebration, check out our Facebook album.

  1. Alice Bean Andrenyak | March 3, 2012 | 5:21 pm

    I love my LL Bean Boots. I have 4 pairs of the rubber soled and leather uppers in different heights. My original pair from 1965 has been resoled many times. But I also love my snow boots, snow sneakers, and now my newest pair of wading boots. All LL Bean and all great quality.

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