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Girls Will Be Boys, Lifestyle Apparel Company Inspired By Today’s Modern Tomboy, Expanding Products To Offer A Full Line of Active and Lifestyle Apparel


New York, NY – November 13, 2013 – By popular demand, Girls Will Be Boys (“GWBB”), will be expanding products to offer a full line of active and lifestyle apparel.  The company is scheduled to launch the release of their highly anticipated tank tops to their website Friday, November 15, 2013 and plans to add sports bras and an array of muscle tank tops to the site within the next month.

Inspired by today’s modern “Tomboy”, GWBB creates high quality apparel that blends street wear designs with the comfort of active wear.  The GWBB brand was created to represent a lifestyle for those that understand, reflect and embrace the definition of the today’s modern Tomboy. Word caught on quickly creating hype through nothing more than social networks and word of mouth. GWBB launched their signature item; boxer briefs specifically designed for women, to their website in September 2013 and received orders from over 41 states and 10 countries during the first month of sales.

Since their launch, GWBB has created a distinguished reputation, receiving praise from celebrated and well known social media personalities and YouTube channels in the LGBT community. Additionally, the company has rapidly gained a loyal following of over 2K social media followers that expands each day. The company will continue its campaign to spread the GWBB lifestyle of remaining true to one’s self and plans to further expand their product offering in the near future.

For more information please contact our media rep or visit our social media sites:

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