Ink Detroit launches baseball T-shirt line

Published On: Apr 08 2014 03:17:55 PM EDT

Ink Detroit, a Detroit-based clothing company, is proud to announce their expansion of their spring baseball themed clothing line for the second year in a row.

The introduction of the 2014 spring line features clothing for both men and women embellished with unique Detroit-Themed designs and messages.

“Last year we initially started the Detroit themed shirts for baseball season and they were a huge hit,” said Steve Mansour, co-founder and owner of Ink Detroit. “Within a few weeks were were completely sold out of the baseball shirts and hoodies so this year we decided to bring that line back along with adding a few new designs to the collection.”

The new line includes the men’s and women’s “Welcome to the Jungle”, “Eye of the Tiger 1984“ and “The Detroit Baseball Skull” designed shirts. Additional Ink Detroit lines also include Detroit themed landmarks, positive messages about the city and a baby line where their best seller “My Crib is in the D” onesie is popular amongst the youngest of Detroiters. All of the clothing can be purchased online at www.inkdetroit.com or in local boutiques across Metro Detroit.

Ink Detroit is a Detroit-based company that was founded in 2005 by Steven Mansour and Paul Marcial. The company designs stylish men’s and women’s clothing, plus accessories such as bracelets, hats and tote bags that are embellished with Detroit Style, Detroit Love, Detroit Humor and Toughness.

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