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Made Kids first children's brand to exhibit at Agenda
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Jul '13
MADE Kids Founder & CEO Andrew Guzman announced that the brand will be the first children’s line ever to exhibit at Agenda, after accepting an exclusive invitation from the tradeshow's founder, Aaron Levant. Levant was not only impressed because they are the industry’s first and only children’s streetwear brand, but also by the line’s attention-grabbing graphics and stand-out adorned phrases.

MADE Kids will exhibit at Agenda inside the Long Beach Convention Center on Thursday, July 25 and Friday, July 26 amongst established brands like Adidas, Levi's, Obey Clothing, and The Hundreds, as well as other new participating brands. The 2-day tradeshow hosts the highest level of streetwear, lifestyle, and action sports brands in the fashion industry and gives them the platform to showcase their merchandise to top retail buyers from all over the world.

During their Agenda debut, prospective buyers will also get a first look at the brand’s new premium collection of streetwear tees, MADE Kids Limited. “The Limited collection represents a high-end edition of our shirts. This new collection has cleaner lines and even higher quality fabric than our standard shirts. MADE Kids Limited is somewhat the ‘black label’ assembly of our brand. MADE Kids is active daily wear, while MADE Kids Limited is show-off gear for days when parents really want their kids to shine,” says Andrew Guzman of what buyers and consumers can expect.

MADE Kids has been making a notable impact in the market with signature t-shirts designed with key inspirational messages. Their top sellers have been shirts with the trendy, yet motivating phrases “Made like My Daddy” and “Always Winning.” These messages are embedded in the form of fashion to influence not only kids, but also the parents who purchase the shirts for their children. In fact, the “Made like My Daddy” tee raised a 30% increase in sales during Father’s Day of 2013.  

It’s been less than a year since Andrew Guzman launched MADE Kids and the brand continues to significantly rise in popularity amongst its consumer base, based on increasing progress with retail and ecommerce sales productivity. MADE Kids is proud to be manufactured and designed in the USA and is currently available for purchase via KarmaLoop.com and MadeKids.com, as well as in various boutiques throughout the U.S. and Australia.

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