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LazyMan launches a new brand of comfort apparel & accessories
04
Apr '08
Fire up the grill, call some friends and pack a bag for the weekend. LazyMan Inc announced the launch of its LazyMan brand of comfort apparel and accessories.

In 2008, LazyMan will be introducing high-quality comfort T-shirts in multiple designs and colors, a selection of long-sleeve knit shirts, sunglasses, robes, hats, hoodie sweatshirts and towels. LazyMan products will be available online and at select retailers across the country. In addition, LazyMan "shops" are known to appear unannounced at high profile sporting and entertainment events from coast-to-coast.

"LazyMan is about squeezing the good out of every opportunity," said Corbin Thomas, president of LazyMan Inc. "It is a lifestyle that means something different to everyone, from spending a no-BlackBerry afternoon with the kids to a spontaneous road trip with a few buddies."

The LazyMan brand was founded in 2008 based on the spirit, camaraderie and carefree attitude of tailgating. An American tradition for generations, tailgating has evolved into a traveling neighborhood block party and a coveted break from everyday stress.

It is enjoyed by blue and white collar men alike, with no boundaries between them. After the initial product rollout, the company will be expanding its line of apparel, including button-down shirts, pants and outerwear.

LazyMan Inc was started with the mission of "providing comfort to those who can afford it and giving comfort to those who need itthe most." The company supports several charities for underprivileged adults and children throughout the greater Los Angeles area.

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