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Greenlines classic boardshorts opens new retail locations
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Oct '13
greenlines classic boardshorts, a surf apparel company that creates timeless beach fashions for men, women and children sourced from recycled and organic materials, announced more than two dozen new retail locations throughout the United States.  Positioned to capitalize on demographics that reach watersport and beach enthusiasts, the new merchants will feature greenlines’ line of men’s, women’s and children’s apparel.

“In addition to creating watersport and beach apparel, greenlines actively supports the preservation of the waterways and coastlines utilized by its customer base.  For this reason, we seek like-minded retailers that not only support fashionable beach apparel, but are passionate about supporting our mission to utilize recycled and organic materials while promoting the local environment,” commented Sam Delaney, co-founder greenlines classic boardshorts.

Adding to its established list of retailers, new vendors to carry greenlines classic boardshorts this Fall and Winter include: Pappa Surf in Nassau, Bahamas; Sawyer Land & Sea Supply in Santa Cruz, California; Nikau Kai in Manhattan Beach, California;  Quiet Storm Surf Shop in Rehoboth Beach and Ocean City, Delaware; Lei Lula in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware; Liquid Board Shop in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware; Thoughtful Threads in Naples, Florida; Surf City Surf Shop in Vero Beach, Florida.

Also includes: Horny Toad in Freeport, Maine; Ish Boutique in Ocean City, Maryland; Pete Smith’s Surf Shop in Stone Harbor and Cape May, New Jersey; Charlotte’s West in Manasquan, New Jersey; Aussie Island Surf Shop in Wilmington and Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina; Halfmoon Outfitters in Atlanta, Athens and Savannah, Georgia, as well as in Columbia, Mount Pleasant, Charleston and Greenville, South Carolina; Sundown Ski & Surf in Levittown, New York; RVC Surf Shop in Rockville Centre, New York; and Huxter in Watch Hill, Rhode Island.

A portion of all greenlines proceeds is donated to non-profit organizations that work to preserve and protect the beaches and waterways utilized by its customer base.

About greenlines classic boardshorts

Founded in 2008, greenlines classic boardshorts is a surf apparel company based in Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey that uses recycled and organic materials to create timeless, high-quality beach fashions for men, women and children. The company offers a full line of boardshorts that are made of 100 percent recycled polyester, trucker hats and organic t-shirts printed with water-based inks.

Greenlines classic boardshorts


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