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Brother to introduce C-Combo for home sewing industry
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Apr '08
Sew affordable, sew fun and sew perfect for the home sewing and embroidery enthusiast. Brother International Corporation is proud to introduce C-Combo, its new line of affordable, feature-packed combination embroidery and sewing machines.

"As the Official Sewing and Embroidery Licensee of Project Runway, Brother is passionate about developing machines that empower sewing and embroidery enthusiasts to maximize their creative potential," said Dean F. Shulman, senior vice president of Brother International Corporation and head of the company's Home Appliance Division.

"C-Combo is the first of its kind to employ high quality, highly reliable embroidery and sewing at budget-friendly prices."

Market research and customer feedback rest at the heart of Brother's product innovation. The new Innov-is 900D and SE350 boast advanced sewing and embroidery features in a compact, lightweight design.

Perfect for on-the-go lifestyles, C-Combo is ideal for traveling on vacation or toting to classes and workshops. A true market breakthrough designed for enthusiasts of all skill levels, the C-Combo line is a smart first-buy for budding hobbyists.

Both the Innov-is 900D and SE350 also make a great buy for:
- Sewing customers looking to step-up to embroidery embellishment.
- High-end machine owners looking for a "Go-To" machine for greater portability.
- Aspiring embroidery enthusiasts interested in an affordable embroidery machine.
-Schools and home economic teachers who need a machine that possesses self-teaching capabilities.
- New Brother customers inquisitive about Brother's product line.

"The industry has evolved into a fashion-oriented hobby. Customers want luxury features and trendy design capabilities to enhance their wardrobes and decorate their homes with stylish décor," said Shulman. "The Innov-is 900D and SE350 are chic and value-priced giving customers exactly what they want."

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