Pregio.com Launches Fashion Shopping Destination

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Former Web shopping mall re-launches as a discount clothes, shoes and fashion portal with more than 150 apparel, footwear and accessories shops

Today Pregio.com officially re-launched its Web site, now focusing on discount apparel, shoes and accessories shopping online.

Pregio.com (http://www.pregio.com ) features more than 150 large and specialized fashion retailers that, combined, offer more than 500 brand names and half a million clothing, footwear and accessories items for purchase online.

Besides featuring the latest fashion for men, women, teens, children and babies, Pregio.com provides apparel and accessories shoppers with current coupon codes, sales and clearance information and free shipping offers through its partnerships with popular fashion retailers. Several affiliated merchants also offer a wide array of designer fashion deals.

“According to an e-commerce industry report released late last year, holiday shoppers spent more than $3.5 billion in 2003 on apparel,” says Richard Rosa, Pregio.com founder and president. “That’s approximately a 40 percent increase from what was spent in 2002. Apparel and accessories are two of the fastest growing consumer categories online.”

Pregio.com (http://www.pregio.com ), which began its transformation in February, also features the latest styles in each of its fashion categories, making it easier to find popular products and seasonal trends. The categories include women, men, teens, babies/kids, plus sizes, big and tall, shoes, intimate apparel, maternity, activewear and accessories.

Over the next six months Pregio.com will add fashion tips for women and men and useful information about shopping for clothes, footwear and jewelry online.

About Pregio.com

Founded in October 1998, Pregio.com (http://www.pregio.com), one of the first New England-based Internet shopping malls, went live on April 1, 1999. Pregio means "value" in the Italian language.

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