Critic Clothing sighted in Rolling Stone Magazine, FOX Sports, and Other media sources as brand continues to grow in popularity
By PRN NewsWire
By PRN NewsWire
MOUNT SINAI, N.Y., January 19, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Critic Clothing, Inc. (OTCPink: CRTC) today announced that the brand is quickly growing in popularity among pro-athletes, and is turning up in photos everywhere from FOX Sports to Rolling Stone Magazine.
In the most recent sighting of Critic gear in the media, you can see one of the company’s long sleeve shirts worn by Boston Red Sox outfielder, Mookie Betts in a Rolling Stone Magazine article about the young up-and-coming player, which was released January 13(th), 2016. Other appearances have been on the Finsiders Show on Fox Sports, where Miami Dolphins player Chris McCain can be seen in Critic Gear, as well as many instances across the Internet and throughout social media.
“I think it speaks volumes about the momentum we have just started to amass,” commented Critic Clothing’s CEO, Alec Simione, who goes on to say “we are in communications with many pro-athletes every day, and they really get behind the brand. Why? Because when a player wears Critic gear, they are making a statement. A statement about supporting entrepreneurship in America, and more importantly, they are making a statement about the harsh criticism that they have, no doubt, come up against in their struggle to succeed. Just a simple ‘shout out’ on social media, or appearing in public wearing Critic gear supports the message that we should never waiver when presented with insurmountable odds. When everyone else says we can’t, we should work even harder to show them that they were wrong.” Critic Clothing urges everyone to visit the company’s website at www.criticclothing.com to see the players supporting the brand, and join them in making their own statement by wearing Critic Clothing Products.
As more professional athletes, celebrities, and public personalities show up wearing Critic Clothing, sales for the company have increased, and by using the power of social media the company has thus far avoided spending significant funds on advertising. However, even though Mr. Simione expects this trend of organic growth to continue, he assures everyone that as the company prepares for a major push forward later in the year, there is much more to come from this growing phenomenon called Critic Clothing.
About Critic Clothing, Inc. (Formerly Evader, Inc.)Critic Clothing, Inc. is a manufacturer of clothing geared towards young adults and teens with a passion for extreme sports. The company sells products on its website www.criticclothing.com and has plans in the works to expand from local retail shops to retail stores across America. For more information call: (631) 333-1600 or follow the company on twitter: @criticclothing
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