Gordman's Stores Inc was formed in Delaware in 2008. The Company is an everyday value price department store featuring a selection of name brands and the latest fashions and styles at up to 60% off department and specialty store prices. It distributes its merchandise from two facilities in Omaha, Nebraska and a facility near Indianapolis, Indiana. Through the use of third party national and international freight and logistics companies, it coordinates pick-up of merchandise from its vendors for delivery to its distribution centers where it is received, inspected, processed and distributed to its retail stores. The Company competes, to some degree, with all other retail formats: traditional department stores such as Macy's and Dillard's, national mid-tier chains including Kohl's and J.C. Penney, discount stores including Target and Wal-Mart and specialty stores such as Old Navy. Its registered trademark includes Gordmans, Something Unexpected, Give the Unexpected and Something Unexpected. The Company is subject to numerous regulations, including labor and employment, customs, truth-in-advertising, consumer protection and zoning and occupancy laws and ordinances that regulate retailers generally and/or govern the importation, promotion and sale of merchandise and the operation of stores and warehouse facilities.