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EyeCity to expand Vande Flash label into Europe
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Jul '08
EyeCity.com ROLLS into the on-line shopping market and LOOKS to be on top. Consumers will be able to transport themselves to the trendiest, fashionable, chic boutiques of NY, LA, and Miami, without ever leaving their home or office! EyeCity.com brings the fashion-forward frenzy to consumers in a blink of an "eye."

EyeCity.com brings affordable high-end apparel and accessories to those consumers who seek alternative shopping methods. Entrepreneur, designer, and CEO of EyeCity.com, Anthony Baker, says, "EyeCity.com will surpass the competition by offering exclusive styles for the savvy shopper. Our Vande Flash label will compete with such brand names as Ed Hardy, True Religion, English Laundry, and Robert Graham."

Mr. Baker hopes to launch EyeCity.com August 1, 2008. "We will soon have our popular wholesale fashion line, Vande Flash, in boutiques around the nation in hopes to expand in ALL popular department stores in every major city." Mr. Baker adds, "With the launch of EyeCity.com, I am very confident that Vande Flash will even expand into Europe."

EyeCity.com recently signed a deal with Internet TV that was finalized on Tuesday, July 1. The website has already secured advertisers and is expected to generate 10 million dollars in revenue pushing the Vande Flash line towards one of the top fashion lines in the country.

"We are very excited about teaming up with Internet TV because it allows the shareholders more exposure to the international world of fashion, therefore breaking EyeCity.com into this lucrative billion dollar industry," says Anthony Baker, CEO of EyeCity.com.

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