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Casual Male XL opens new store in Rancho Cucamonga
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Mar '08
Specialty-sized apparel is the fastest growing segment of retailing and Casual Male Retail Group retail brand operator of Casual Male XL, Rochester Big & Tall, LivingXL and ShoesXL, is leading the way with a new store, opening in Rancho Cucamonga, CA.

The new Casual Male XL store is the twenty-fourth store in the Los Angeles area and will be located in Victoria Crossroads at 12455 Victoria Gardens Lane in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. There are also three Casual Male XL Outlet store locations in Los Angeles.

"The Los Angeles area is an important market for us and we are excited about continuing to expand here, now bringing our twenty-fourth Casual Male XL store to the area," said David Levin, President and CEO of CMRG.

"With a wide selection of apparel, a variety of quality name brands and a keen insight into our customers' needs, Casual Male XL strives to be the best and most comprehensive resource for big and tall men's fashion."

According to the NPD Group, a New York based consumer and retail market-research firm, the U.S. men's big and tall apparel industry is nearly a $6 billion market.

Casual Male XL caters to men starting at size XL, with waistlines 40" and up, and specializes in clothing sizes XL to 6XL and XLT to 5XLT, making it the preferred apparel choice for big and tall men.

Casual Male XL strives to serve this market through broad apparel assortments carried in more sizes than any other retailer and through multiple channels.


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