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All American Clothing unveils new US-made fashion line
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Jun '13
All American Clothing Co, the Ohio based company known for manufacturing the 'best damn jeans in the land' featuring traceability today announced its release of a new women`s clothing line. The new ladies line features a wide selection of fashionable skirts, dresses, shorts, and tank tops.

All items are made with a soft, lightweight fabric built for quality comfort. They are considered to be eco-friendly with no harms on the environment during the manufacturing process, and they are ladies clothing items made in USA.

The new women`s line will join an expanding selection of clothing items at the All American Clothing Co. The company announced today that they have also added new styles of jeans, tee shirts, and socks for women recently. For men, new styles of tee shirts have been added in recent memory as well.

As their name implies, the All American Clothing Co. and its items are proudly made in the USA. Prices will range from $8.99 to $69.99. Shoppers can subscribe to the company`s newsletter and can take advantage of a sales price every week on the many American made items available.

What makes All American Clothing Co. unique?

Shoppers can trace All American Jeans back to the farmer who grew the cotton used in their jean. Each jean comes with a 'Certificate of Authenticity' that includes a traceability number. Enter the number on the All American Clothing Co. website and it will tell shoppers exactly which farmers and mill were involved in producing that pair ofUSA made jeans. In all, there are over 11,000 American cotton farmers supported through the traceability system.

About All American Clothing Co.

Lawson Nickol was a national sales manager for a USA made blue jean company in 2002 when he learned that his employer had started making jeans in Mexico. As an avid USA made supporter, when Nickol learned his employer has began outsourcing U.S. jobs he decided to resign his position and start his own American made blue jeans company with his son BJ Nickol - they called it the All American Clothing Co. Since 2002, the company has continued to grow into a success story about the American dream. 

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