Old Navy responds to 1st grader asking for real pockets in girls' jeans

Kamryn Gardner, 7, of Bentonville, Arkansas, received jeans with pockets after writing a letter to the team at Old Navy.
0:31 | 04/07/21

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We why do you need a pocket sized inspiration who used her little boys for big change as part of a class project on how to write a persuasive letter. Seven year old Karen garner road to old navy expressing her frustration. Over fake pockets on girl's jeans she explained she wants him enough maybe even some other stuff just like her Brothers Karen with their genes. Well guys get sly old navy heard a loud and clear case and Cameron four pairs of girls seen and yup. They had real pockets.

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