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Nat Nast to design shirts for World Series of Poker
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Apr '10
Nat Nast, the iconic American men's sportswear brand has entered into a licensing agreement with the World Series of Poker, the world's largest, longest-running and richest gaming event, to design and distribute a custom-designed collector's series of embroidered shirts using the World Series of Poker artwork.

The Nat Nast WSOP Collector's Series will launch in the fourth quarter of 2010 and will be available to the consumer at select department and specialty stores, luxury resorts, casinos and e-commerce sites throughout the United States, Canada and the Caribbean. The collection will consist of a variety of styles utilizing poker-related images designed on Nat Nast's signature silk and cotton shirts, knit polos and t-shirts.

“We are delighted to be collaborating with the World Series of Poker in creating an exclusive collection of shirts that celebrates the game of poker and its ultimate challenge” said Lawrence DeParis, President & CEO of Nat Nast. “Working with like-minded brands that appeal to the Nat Nast man, the World Series of Poker being a terrific example, opens up exciting new opportunities for both parties. The WSOP team's entrepreneurial spirit and track record of success made the decision to go “all-in” an easy one for us”, DeParis added.

"Let this be the end of glitter shirts, track jackets and hoodies at the poker tables,” said World Series of Poker Vice President Ty Stewart. “We're thrilled to work with Nat Nast, whose classic, comfortable styles project the image of a real Vegas high-roller."

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