Clothing Brand Announces 'Short Sharp Summer Sale'

Suffolk, United Kingdom (PressExposure) July 30, 2009 -- UK based clothing brand ‘klever kloggs’ has taken the unusual step of starting their summer sale as everyone else’s are finishing. The thinking behind the timing of the sale is to stand alone, avoid the glut of sales at this time of year and to coincide with the lead up to the start of the 2009/10 Premier League football season.

The klever kloggs 2009 summer sale begins on Saturday 01 August 2009 and runs for precisely two weeks until midnight on Friday 14 August 2009. Customers will enjoy savings of up to 40% on unique track tops at []. In addition the current offer of ‘Free delivery/shipping’ continues to apply as the brand strives to offer excellent value for money by absorbing postage and packing costs.

Brand creator Scott Miller said: “Launching a mid-summer sale at this time sets us apart from the majority of retailers who will have completed their seasonal sales by now and, as part of our customer base consists of followers of football, it made sense to set a strict 2 week sale to coincide with the lead up to the 2009/10 Premier League football season.”

The klever kloggs sale runs from 01 Aug 2009 to 14 Aug 2009 at


About Klever Kloggs Clothing Brand

Notes to the Editor:
Former senior revenue development advisor Scott Miller created the klever kloggs clothing brand in 2007 upon his return to Suffolk, England after long periods living and working overseas.

The brand’s initial collection of lightweight full zip track tops were unveiled in 2008 with each of the track tops uniquely featuring the name of a notable English town or city in appliqué across the chest. The content of the brand’s website at supports the concept of the clothing with current, historical and general information about each of the places featured on the sweat shirts.

For more information and images call Scott Miller on +44 (0)787 9858 993 or email

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Press Release Submitted On: July 29, 2009 at 12:00 pm
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