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No Dissent store is now open for business
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Dec '11
Landover, Maryland based company, 'No Dissent' has cornered the market (or field if you prefer), on a soccer referee uniform that is tailored for the U.S. Market. The website's web store will officially be open for business on December 30, 2011.

Designed for the American size and style, this new soccer referee uniform makes you look and feel like a professional. The durable, light weight fabric is perfect for cool and hot weather.

No Dissent's, Clifton Broumand is an entrepreneur, a veteran soccer referee and player. He has attended the last 8 FIFA World Cups and has been to over 100 World Cup games. "The benefit of being a Soccer Referee in creating this line is knowing what the wants and needs are of the soccer referee and how to meet those needs.

Americans on average are a little larger in proportion than Europeans and I believe they will appreciate this modified style. The look is not much different, its design is similar to the official uniform, FIFA approved soccer referee kit at a reasonable cost.” Broumand says.

The company will be announcing the web store through online channels prior to the store's open date to help build brand awareness. The soccer referee uniform line has already been well received in the local Maryland, Virginia and D.C. market and it is hoped to have a similar response online.

No Dissent offers uniform jerseys in yellow or black and incorporates high quality craftsmanship in apparel design in 100% polyester fabric, with Velcro patch for soccer referee association designation. This style is currently only available in a short sleeve version.

Also, uniform shorts are a lightweight polyester fabric designed to fit the American frame. No Dissent also offers high quality whistles and card holders required for a soccer referee official. All uniforms are in U.S. Standard sizes.

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