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Junk Food Clothing opens its virtual shopping destination online
Dec '08
Junk Food Clothing, the global leader in vintage inspired pop culture apparel, has announced the opening of its new web store, www.junkfoodclothing.com. The easy to navigate website features graphic assortments from more than 80 of Junk Food's licensed properties on ladies', men's and kids' body styles.

"The demand for Junk Food Clothing has reached an unprecedented highpoint," says Adam Derry, Director of Sales & Marketing. "When our consumers see our shirts on their favorite celebrities or TV shows or movies, they want to get their hands on them immediately. Now, Junk Food is just a click away."

Simplicity is just one of the many aspects of the new site. The Junk Food web team is currently integrating social networking, blogging and art programs into the site. This will complement the Hot N Fresh section that showcases the newest styles and the Press page that reads like a Who's Who of celebrity trendsetters.

"Everyone loves Junk Food," says Natalie Grof, CEO and co-founder of Junk Food Clothing. "This site is just one more way we are connecting to the many fans of our brand. No matter if you grew up in the fifties or the nineties we have something for you. That's what makes Junk Food great."

Junk Food Clothing was founded in 1998 by designers Natalie Grof and Blaine Halvorson as a vintage inspired casual knitwear company. Specializing in licensed, pop culture, retro-inspired graphics, Junk Food Clothing has expanded its collection to include over 80 active licensed properties and is currently available at top retailers worldwide. In 2005, Junk Food Clothing was acquired by Delta Apparel, Inc., an international apparel design, manufacturing, sourcing and marketing company that features a diverse portfolio of high quality branded and private label activewear apparel.

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