Grant’s Golden Brand is an American hair grooming company based in the Pacific Northwest with a specialty in water-based pomades that merge today’s sophisticated technology with the aesthetics of the gentlemen of the bygone era. We are an independently owned and operated small family business that launched in 2009 with our flagship product, the Original Pomade. “Style is Everything” is our motto and way of life. We believe in the age old tradition of looking your best every day. 

Most importantly, we like to think of ourselves as the brand that everyone can feel comfortable being a part of – we don’t target a certain demographic. Our products are used by a wide range of people of all ages and backgrounds: Hardworking blue-collar men on tight budgets to businessmen who have no budgets, barbers, hair aficionados, artists, musicians, skateboarders, vintage car enthusiasts, fashion forward gentlemen, city dwellers, Pacific Northwest outdoorsmen, and everyone in between. 

Our company is truly about the independent spirit. After several years of extensive research and development, our company launched during the economic recession of our generation. 

This meant our customers were not only spending less but we also didn’t have the finances for a slick website, marketing, advertising, promotions, and events. We started our company grass roots, word-of-mouth, and with 100% of our spirit and personality: friends introduced our brand to their local barbers; and although we launched our new packaging in the summer of 2014, five years ago my friend and I designed the logo and The Original black/silver aluminum packaging that has since influenced other brands that have followed; my wife and I designed our next two products. 

And in many ways we still work this way today. Our beginning really exemplified that tough spirit of building something from nothing, finding creative solutions to problems, and helping each other during challenging times. That’s where our slogan, “Stay Up, Stay Golden” came into play.  We’re proud of the fact that we’ve survived among brands with much larger up-start finances and budgets. We never rush through product research or testing. We never cut corners to make something faster, cheaper, or easier. Quality of our products are far more important to us than how many we can get out the doors. We like to give our customers the kind of respect and individual attention that would have been the norm in small haberdasheries in our grandfather’s day.