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What does EU stand for?

EU stands for Ecko Unlimited

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Supporters of banning corporal punishment, including Anastopoulos and entrepreneur Marc Ecko of the apparel company Ecko Unlimited, also testified before the House Public Education Committee.
In surveillance footage released by Citibank, she was seen wearing her signature large black sunglasses, along with an Ecko Unlimited brand T-shirt under a zippered hooded sweatshirt.
Over the years, students have designed cars for Nissan, outerwear for Ecko Unlimited, marketing and electronics for RadioShack, shoes for Sketchers, graphics for Saks Fifth Avenue, skateboards for Zoo York, marketing for Best Buy, graphic design for New York Cares and watches for Callanen.
Some of those making big waves on Seventh Avenue as well as on 125th Street in Harlem are FUBU, Sean John, Phat Farm, Maurice Malone, Mecca USA, Ecko Unlimited, Wu Wear, Triple 5 Soul, Enyce and Karl Kani.
His past experience also includes collaborating on the successful launch of Champagne and Opium for Men for Yves Saint Laurent in New York; conducting public relations for clients such as Paco Rabanne, Ecko Unlimited, SmashBox Studio cosmetics and Carmen Marc Valvo; serving as men's wear manager at Christian Dior Boutique in New York City; and seasonal wholesale sales for the house of Valentino.
Granted, three transactions make up the majority of that figure with Ann Taylor snagging 297,000-sf in the newly opened top-of-the-line Times Square Tower (moving closer to the garment district from its current 57th Street home), Ecko Unlimited taking 271,000-sf in Chelsea (combining several locations across the metro area) and Tommy Hilfiger signing for 205,000-sf at 601 West 26th Street (from other garment district locations).