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SPAN Tag Clothing opens door for big & tall man
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Jun '11
SPAN Tag Clothing, the newest Big & Tall brand for the stylish, smart, techie, and nostalgic, opens its virtual doors. It's time to make the small guys jealous.

If you're big and/or tall and at least somewhat disappointed with your clothing options, you should remember the name "SPAN Tag Clothing." The new big and tall brand for men is now open for business at online and looks forward to fitting your size and budget with unique, stylish apparel.

As a big and tall man himself, Ryan Merritt, co-chief alongside Sam Oh, is all too familiar with the heartache of clothes shopping. "Us big guys are limited when it comes to apparel. It's awfully deflating to find a great-looking t-shirt listed in your size, only to find it fits you more like spandex than cotton. Clothing brands that typically don't deal with extended sizes could benefit from doing more research before trying to fill that business gap."

SPAN Tag Clothing opens their virtual doors with a mix of stylish t-shirts, focusing on themes of nostalgia and technology. If you remember what it was like to play 8-bit console games, install a single computer program from 35 floppy disks, or wait hours for dialup downloads, then the new clothing line will have something for you.

According to Merritt, SPAN Tag Clothing is excited to offer clothing with the right fit and unique flavor, but says the company has a single, simple measure of success. "I'll know we've achieved success when an average-sized male finds one of our shirts in a department store, holds it up, and exclaims, 'man, I wish they had this in my size!'"

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