SOURCE: Loyal Army Clothing

March 26, 2008 17:48 ET

Loyal Army Clothing Launches Interactive Website

The Company Creates and Produces Bold and Expressive Products Breaking the Boundaries of Cuteness, Featuring the Creative Ideas of Brian Dold

SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwire - March 26, 2008) - Loyal Army Clothing announced the launch of their new interactive website ( The new website features fun animation, a store for purchasing the latest Loyal Army fashions, and most exciting -- a VIP page.

Visitors who sign up on the VIP page will get the inside scoop on everything going on at Loyal Army, including free products, special promotions, Loyal Army secrets, limited edition designs, interactive games, and more.

"We are excited to finally have a website that really expresses the playful personality of our company," said Brian Dold, founder and creative inspiration of Loyal Army. "Our customers are super important to us and we wanted to create a place where they can visit regularly and really experience the fun and cuteness that is Loyal Army."

Established in 2005, Loyal Army Clothing has seen rapid success with 300% growth in 2007 alone. Loyal Army designs are the product of Brian Dold's vivid imagination and love for doodling. Available on ultra soft vintage fitting tees, hoodies, henleys, polos, and accessories, Loyal Army's colorful designs are available at over 2,500 retail outlets including Delia's, Macy's, Fred Segal, Hot Topic, Journey's, Zumiez and more. Shoppers can find the closest retailer by utilizing the Google Maps supported locator on our website. These affordable designs exploding with creative expression are made for infants, toddlers, children and juniors.

In only three years, Dold and his team have developed this company from the ground up extending its reach as far as Tokyo. Dold added: "My original dream was to see maybe 10 girls wearing my designs. Recently, I saw Loyal Army on the streets of Tokyo. I never dreamed this would be embraced so quickly by so many people."

Loyal Army designs express all things cute, fun, happy and flirty -- and focus on bringing young teens' confidence to the surface. Each design captivates a wonderful message of self-expression and character. There is a design for all types. Loyal Army's imaginative clothing and accessories have been seen on "Dan in Real Life" featuring Steve Carell, Girlicious on the CW, Paris Hilton, and in Seventeen Magazine.

For more information, please visit the new website at

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