Montreal, Canada (PRWEB) June 28, 2006
Proudly Canadian Clothing, a Montreal based company with its federal trade mark name and logo is launching a retail apparel line across Canada. Starting as an e-commerce initiative in 2004, Proudly Canadian Clothing shipped merchandise to the four corners of the globe as a result of their online efforts.
The brand received global recognition in 2004 with a group of Montreal climbers raising money for HIV in Africa climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa. Next a team of runners from across Canada sported Proudly Canadian Clothing as their official team uniform while participating in the 2005 Japanese International Ultra Marathon. Ex-Prime Minister Paul Martin and wife Sheila in addition to celebrities in professional sports (Bob Gainey) and entertainment industry (Michael Damian) proudly wear the branded clothing.
More recently, popular CBC television personality, hockey Guru and Proud Canadian, Don Cherry has embraced the Proudly Canadian Clothing line. According to daughter Cindy Cherry, her father will use autographed home and away sublimated hockey jerseys and authentic baseball caps in his fund raising efforts during the 2006 charity golf season. As a sign of his appreciation, Don Cherry provided signed jerseys and caps to Proudly Canadian Clothing President Domenico Ciarallo to auction at his upcoming 2006 charity golf classic benefiting the Missing Children’s Network Canada.
Proudly Canadian Clothing is finalizing merchandising deals across Canada with HDS Retail, Paradies stores and the Nuance Group. The initial launch will expose Proudly Canadian Clothing to over 200 retail locations across Canada with growth potential up to the 600 locations within the next year.
For more information visit, https://www.proudly-canadian.ca
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