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American Giant celebrates July 4 with 'Made in USA' tee
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Jun '12
As Independence Day approaches, American Giant wants to help you show your pride by wearing an American Flag T-shirt that is both stylish and Made in America.

Acclaimed for their popular collection of premium menswear basics, American Giant created the American flag graphic tee to give Americans a patriotic apparel option that's authentic and exceptionally high quality. Made to last a lifetime and get better with each wash and wear, the shirts offers true value at an unbeatable price.

"Whether worn on the Fourth of July or any other day of the year, we want these tees to be a reminder that we can take pride in great products that are made in America," said American Giant CEO Bayard Winthrop. "All of our shirts are built to last so they can be passed down to your kids one day and still look and feel great."

The short-sleeved tees are made from a soft yet durable 100% cotton jersey fabric, printed with an eight-inch silkscreened flag graphic, reading 'Made in USA.' Customers can select their color combination of choice from three options: black printing on white fabric, white printing on blue fabric or blue printing on red fabric.

The Made in USA tees can now be purchased exclusively online. All orders from American Giant come with free shipping and returns, and a customer services guarantee to ensure that each purchase exceeds customer expectations.

American Giant is the first men's brand to rethink the supply chain in order to invest in the highest quality American-made clothing on the market today.

American Giant


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