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Written by Maury Brown   
Monday, 06 April 2009 12:19
With Opening Day officially arriving today, Majestic Athletic has announced that it is opening their first-ever retail store, directly across the street from Fenway Park.

According to the company, the Majestic Clubhouse Store, is designed to replicate a big league clubhouse and features player lockers, dugout benches and fencing, bat storage racks and other features. The Majestic store includes an MLB Authentic Collection section showcasing on-field Red Sox jerseys, jackets and shirts and other fanwear.

“When we decided to open a Majestic store, we wanted it to be a celebration of baseball. Our goal was to let fans experience Majestic’s on-field apparel in a unique and fun atmosphere” said Majestic VP/GM Faust Capobianco.

Among products available are the newly updated Red Sox uniforms in both Authentic versions and Majestic’s new MLB Replica Jerseys, The new replica features player name and numbers in official team fonts for the first time. Also available in a variety of colors is Majestic’s Therma BaseTM Tech Fleece made famous in the 2007 dugout uniform check.

The Majestic Clubhouse Store is located at 17 Yawkey Way, directly across from Fenway Park. This marks Majestic’s first venture into retail and is a partnership between Majestic and Twins Enterprises.


 
  

 Source: Majestic Athletic


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