Hap Klopp founded one of the world's largest clothing brands - The North Face. He took his love of the outdoors and turned it into a globally recognized business. Hap realized he didn't want any part of working for a large corporation after his interview with Proctor & Gamble, so he launched himself into entrepreneurship. Hap knew what would set his business apart from others - quality. Raising the bar on product quality and establishing a "lifetime warranty" set The North Face apart from the industry and showed consumers that they stood behind everything they claimed to be. By the time Hap stepped down, The North Face was a globally recognized clothing brand that was a $200 million dollar company with more than 1500 employees.