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BodyZone launches rave & dancewear line - Neon Explosion
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Aug '12
Once synonymous with the swinging 60's and psychedelic 70's, neon clothing is making a big comeback in 2012. BodyZone apparel has captured this trend with a new colorful and exciting rave and dancewear line called Neon Explosion. This line features an eccentric, eclectic and electric explosion of rainbow colored bottoms, tops, one pieces, multi-colored lace ups and garters.

Also inspired by the rave phenomenon, the designs feature the bright neon colors of hot pink, blaze yellow, radiation green, atomic orange, aurora purple and electric turquoise. The clothing shines in normal light and absolutely radiates bright under the sphere of black light.

Company founder, Ray Grden on the line: "The focus is on aesthetics, quality and bringing a product to market to provide the end customer the very best possible in all areas. Customers will not have to settle for something they wish would have been better then the Neon Explosion line.

“It was created for the ravers, dancers and all women who really want to stand out. I think you would agree they most certainly will in one of these outfits!"

Neon Explosion along with the full line of Club Wear, Dance Wear and Mix & Match can be purchased by approved retailers at BodyZoneapparel.com. Individual customers can purchase BodyZone products at over 1,000 retailers and various websites across the US.

BodyZone Apparel is a Phoenix, AZ-based wholesale manufacturer of quality dance wear, exotic wear and basics. It is one of the remaining companies to actually manufacture in the USA and not import and is a fully vertically integrated corporation.

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