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OfficialManCard, LLC releases its second version of it's continually growing website,

Today, OfficialManCard, LLC released its second version of it's continually growing website,

"The inspiration for all of this came one night to both Tom and I after realizing that no one had actually issued an Authentic Man Card," recalls Bud Morton, Official Man Card Co-founder, "The more guys we talked to about the idea, the more we found the demand for this was there and growing every day. The gap was created, and we stepped in to fill it."

And so, in early 2005, using Buds creativity and Toms expertise, was born.

With the release of what Bud and Tom are calling, " - v2.0", the site has been simply upgraded from its original look and feel, with a new easy to use format.'s Key features include:

*An Authentic Man Card - Men are able to order their very own Authentic Man Card, free of charge.

*The Man Blog - Where you will read the Official Man Card team's lives, opinions, and adventures.

*The Man Forum - Users are able to join and discuss everything from A to Z. There is no limit, as long as the topic is legal.

* - The Official Man Card store, where you can purchase all of your Official Man Card merchandise.

*The Official Man Card Rule Book - This book will hold rules submitted by users of the site. If their rule is selected for entry into the book, their name will be placed with the rule as its "author".

*"Revoke a Man Card" Game - Making the site even more interactive, Man Card holders are given "revoked" cards, which temporarily revoke another man's Man Card.

*The Official Man Card Pixel Page - Advertise your company on our "Pixel Page".

*The Official Man Card Podcast - Coming soon

"The site will continue to grow bigger and better in the future," said Tom Morton, Official Man Card co-founder, "there is no doubt in my mind v3.0 is right around the corner."

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