By Paul Pannone
eWedNewz has learned Mon Cheri, of Trenton, NJ, among the nation’s leading manufacturer and marketer of event dresses, is partnering with the nation’s leading tuxedo wholesaler, Jim’s formal wear, Trenton, IL, to licence and promote men’s tuxedos under the Tony Bowls label.
A tip and an eWedNewz story led us to Jim’s after several other possibilities denied any involvement as the Mon Cheri partner.
A discussion with Chuck Brueggeman, senior VP at Jim’s formal wear, confirmed the deal was near completion.
“I have no idea how you found out about the deal but since your story we’ve been getting calls. Yes, we are very close to a deal with Mon Cheri but that’s all I can say right now,” said Brueggeman.
A normally very cooperative Steve Lang deferred any comment about the deal saying;
“You seem to be in the right direction Mr. Investigative Reporter– let’s see how good your really are.”
Jim’s, Mon Cheri, FLOW Formal and Tony Bowls team up to create a new era of men’s formal wear. eWedNewz is there to cover it.
The Tony Bowls celebrity name is highly regarded in the prom dress arena. One of Tony’s dress designs, Unchained Melody, was worn by American Idol finalist, Lauren Alaina, last season. Tony’s flair for design will influence tuxedos that will be manufactured by FLOW Formal.
More details and information will follow when the deal is finally signed. How’s that Mr. Lang?
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