“These are jeans for men in the oldest sense of the word,” says founder and CEO Nick Palmisciano stated. “They’re made for guys who aren't afraid to get their hands dirty or do an honest day's work.
Durham, NC (PRWEB) February 27, 2013
Calling all troops, veterans, and patriots! Ranger Up®, the apparel company that stands for America first and foremost, is proud to announce the launch of its new line of American made jeans and a long-term sponsorship deal with none other than Mixed Martial Arts fighter “All American” Brian Stann.
The methodology behind the company hasn’t wavered since it formed seven years ago. Ranger Up stands for the greatness of America and those who serve it. Having begun as a T-shirt company in 2006, Ranger Up is proud to announce its first two styles of mens jeans, which are made one hundred percent in the good old USA right down to the buttons and zippers. Ranger Up jeans are created with the warriors of America in mind: durable, stylish, void of glitz, and as always unapologetic for what the company founders stand for.
“These are jeans for men in the oldest sense of the word,” says founder and CEO Nick Palmisciano stated. “They’re made for guys who aren't afraid to get their hands dirty or do an honest day's work. They’re created for the warriors who serve their nation in the military, in police departments, in fire departments, in the EMS community, or for the patriotic red-blooded Americans that support those who do. They’re designed for the stalwarts who are there for their friends in good times and bad because they know the true meaning of loyalty. They’re jeans that are manufactured for gentlemen who love our country and work to make it better through the only thing that matters: hard work.”
In addition to the launch of its new line, Ranger Up simultaneously announces the immediate and long-term sponsorship and partnership with MMA fighter Brian Stann. In addition to being a top MMA fighter, Stann, who played linebacker at the Naval Academy before he served as an officer in the Marine Corps, is an Iraq Veteran and recipient of the Silver Star, the nation’s third highest award for valor.
"Brian's service and heroism are well known facts and candidly, as an organization that represents the military and veteran community, that alone would inspire us to partner with him,” adds Palmisciano. “But the work he’s done since leaving the service is why we love him; founding Hire Heroes USA to help veterans find employment, donating his time to various troop functions and non-profits, and adhering to the high ideals of character of the Marine Corps officer long after his official service ended. He’s an inspirational example for all of us leaving the service and that’s something that our community needs. Who else could we ask to represent us other than Brian?”
Ranger Up's All-American jeans will be available in early April for $89. Ranger Up was formed as an apparel company in 2006 by Army veterans for the military and patriotic Americans who love and support the Armed Forces. Ranger Up stands for America, those that serve it, patriots, dogs, and hot chicks.
For more information and a complete product line visit http://www.rangerup.com. Ranger Up's blog, The Rhino Den, was awarded Military.com's Best Army Blog award for 2012. See it at http://www.rhinoden.com.