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Air Guitar Company offers realistic gear to fantasy musicians.

In an effort to bolster support for this summer’s competition, the Air Guitar Company has released their new Strumking brand air guitar strings. “They’re a clever token for your favorite air guitar roadie or an icon to hang off your rear view mirror in support of your favorite contestant”, explains CEO Paul Thatcher. The air guitar undies are an addition to the Cherry Lain “Freedom Rocks” collection available online at http://www.airguitar.com.

At last glance we left the land of make believe in pretty rough shape. The US stumbled in the 2005 World Air Guitar Championships after a back to back victory in 2003 / 2004. Strumbum model Elaina Vaccaro won’t be competing in any future events under the Air Guitar Company banner. She feels extremely jaded after engaging in a bet last summer where the ponytail of a certain company executive was on the line.

CEO Paul Thatcher, now suddenly blonde and relieved of his silver ponytail in an effort to cope with the mutant rock star gene UB40, cut and dyed his hair on the heels of a bet with Vaccaro. Thatcher’s wager placed Vaccaro a.k.a. Cherry Lain as a contestant in the Los Angeles heat of the 2005 US Air Guitar Championships. “Apparently his wager never really meant much”, rants Vaccaro.

“Story of my life”, snaps Thatcher. “We find that one gorgeous thrillseeker and bam, gone in one snip. Elaina’s a wicked dancer, formally trained, with one competition already under her belt who knows. We’re hoping she reconsiders in the near future. We’re not concerned about winning contests. She’s just great at drawing attention.”

About the Company                                                                                

The Air Guitar Company creates themed clothing dedicated to freedom of expression, the independent, the thrillseeker, the reckless & impatient, the headstrong and hard to hold. We salute you.

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