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Underground Clothing unveils distinctive Dussault Apparel Line
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Aug '09
Dussault Apparel, Inc. announced that its premium lifestyle brand apparel was introduced on August 25th at the Underground Clothing launch party for their new Vancouver Pacific Center Store. Dussault Apparel Chief Designer and CEO Jason Dussault and special guests were on hand to help Underground Clothing celebrate the occasion and unveil his distinctive Dussault Apparel Line.

The Underground Pacific Center Store marked the opening of their seventh location in Western Canada. Jason Dussault commented, "Underground is a great addition to our retail roster, I am very happy to be working with such a prestigious high end partner that is a respected style leader in Canada. We will continue to market our product aggressively in the coming months as we strive to build Dussault Apparel as a key brand throughout the North America Retail market place."

John Stiles of Underground stated, "We had been looking at several up and coming brands to launch in our new stores, we believe Dussault has the distinct aesthetic we are seeking and is a brand that is beginning to define the new look of high end street wear."

Underground was started as a men's retailer in the late 90s, it now has seven stores in the most desirable malls in Alberta and BC and is known throughout Western Canada as one of the best places to acquire up-and-coming brands by today's fashion conscious shoppers.

Dussault Apparel, Inc. is a designer, manufacturer, wholesaler and retailer of high-end quality apparel. Its expanding product line includes custom designed hoodies, jeans, jewelry, t-shirts, hats and leather goods.

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