By Paul Pannone
eWedNewz has learned that FLOW Formal and Michael Sorrentino have joined to create a fashion line of men’s formal wear to help support the families of fallen soldier victims. A release of the concept in Atlanta was kept hush-hush until major tuxedo industry leaders could be told of the idea. According to incoming reports the formal wear business loves the idea and plans to support the program.
Michael Sorrentino and FLOW joined to create the line with supporting the troops, as the label suggests.
“We wanted to create a line that shows support to the people that are called to defend our nation and the loved ones left when they are killed in action. From the start Mike and his organization have been very supportive and instrumental in helping to design the line. They’re very excited to help promote the campaign in any way they can,” according to Brian Weintraub of FLOW.
So far we know the beneficiary organization, Children of Fallen Soldiers Relief Fund, will receive money to support families of soldiers that gave their lives for America on every designated coat for the 2013 season. Reports from Atlanta say major wholesalers and buyers are equally as excited and ready to get behind the campaign in a big way.
As the newZ broke major publications are already picking up on the story and are ready to support the campaign.
Further details and images to follow as more information becomes available.
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