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Fashion friendly Classroom collection for 2010
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Nov '09
Classroom School Uniforms, a leading national manufacturer of school uniforms has unveiled its 2010 line for public and private school students from pre-school to high school.

Available at specialty children's and school uniform retailers nationwide, Classroom's 2010 line further emphasizes Classroom's craftsmanship and fashion friendly, school-approved details while focusing on each item's durability and vibrant color. "Our national sales force is already hearing great feedback about the latest additions to our school uniform line," says Andy Beattie, SVP of School and Service Apparel for Strategic Partners, Inc. "Retailers know Classroom for having the right styling and fit, a high level of inventory and the ability to consistently offer parents a great value. For over a decade, Classroom School Uniforms have been 'Real World Tested' by parents, students and merchants across the country," adds Beattie.

Some of the trends in Classroom's 2010 line include:

• Unisex pull-on twill pants that allow pre-schoolers to get dressed independently
• New flare and Capri pants for girls and young ladies
• More options with shorts and scooters and a fashionable interlock dress
• Increased quantities of uniforms for pre-school students (2T-4T) to high school students that meet growing demand of schools moving to uniforms
• A wider selection of cotton/poly polo's in pique, interlock and jersey fabrics

"Classroom believes being a partner to our retailers and schools are important," adds Beattie. "We work with school boards nationally to educate decision makers about school uniforms and with retailers on ways to best serve the needs of their local schools."

Strategic Partners, Inc. is a nationally recognized design and manufacturing leader in the medical, school, and footwear uniform categories. Its school products are available at children's and uniform retailers nationwide under the Classroom, Cherokee and various private labels. The company distributes medical apparel under the labels of Cherokee, Skechers, Disney, Baby Phat, the NFL and others. The corporation's home office is in Chatsworth, California, with a state-of-the-art distribution center in Dallas, Texas.

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