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Comic News:
CrossGen Unveils Clothing Line
By Brian Jacks


With summer upon us, it's time to break out your favorite T-shirts...and CrossGen has you covered. Literally. International Outfitters Direct, one of the largest suppliers of brand wear in the world, will now be creating all CrossGen Apparel for fans of Arwyn, Simon Archard and the rest of CrossGen's heroic characters.

"International Outfitters have taken our previously existing catalog of apparel, resourced every item - right down to the colors and sizes we previously offered - and will even be adding new and updated items to the mix," stated CrossGen Senior VP of Business Development Tony Panaccio. "International Outfitters offers name-brand clothing that can be matched with their new 'Laser Embroidery' decoration process, which makes it easy to match the items of your choice with your favorite CrossGen logos."

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"International Outfitters is working with us daily to update and upgrade everything we offer on the site, and they are working to lower prices, as well," added Panaccio. "Customer satisfaction is their first task, and they have really stepped up to the plate to ensure that they represent CrossGen well. In addition, they are also building more roads between CrossGen and mainstream retail customers with a variety of new products we hope to unveil over the coming year."

From golf shirts to hats to backpacks, CrossGen Apparel can now be ordered via the CrossGen website at http://crossgen.icobb.com and also through a link on the main page at crossgen.com.

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