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Wolfgang Hits the Trail in D.C., Goes Urban in Without Walls

Hudson Trail Outfitters and Urban Outfitters Bring Wolfgang Attitude to Stores

SALT LAKE CITY, UT -- (Marketwired) -- 06/23/14 -- Lifestyle pet designer Wolfgang extends their paws in the brick-and-mortar and online markets with promotions in Hudson Trail Outfitters and Urban Outfitters' Without Walls. The Salt Lake City based company is steadily gaining ground in the competitive pet accessories market, and has a rabid following online.

"We're excited," said Co-Founder Jeremy Murray. "When we laid out the plans for Wolfgang, we took that process of creating world-class goods and combined it with our love of the dogs that have been at our sides all along. Both Without Walls and Hudson Trail Outfitters get it: the tie between man/beast goes deeper than the evening walk."

Veteran Skullcandy designers, Murray and his Wolfgang co-founders have brought thousands of products to market, and now turn their hands to strengthening that bond between man and beast. Wolfgang products range from American-made dog leashes and collars produced from only the finest American leathers and textiles to a distinctive collection of wallets, belts, t-shirts and hoodies for humans.

"We find inspiration everywhere, from traditional sources to the sports we love to people out there doing good in the world," Murray said. "Our American CamoFlag leash and collar is so popular at the moment, that it inspired us to do a fundraiser with Freedom Service Dogs of America from now through July 4th."

Freedom Service Dogs of America is a nonprofit that enhances the lives of people with disabilities by rescuing dogs and custom training them for individual client needs. Now through July 4th, Wolfgang will donate 20% of CamoFlag proceeds from Hudson Trail Outfitters and direct online sales of the print at www.wolfgangusa.com to Freedom Service Dogs of America.

Founded in 1971, Hudson Trail Outfitters has five retail locations throughout the Washington D.C. Metro Area. They rank amongst the top active outdoor specialty retailers in the United States and have a 42 year history of selling the highest quality, highest end, most specialized equipment, gear, and apparel in the outdoor industry.

Without Walls is Urban Outfitters' new outdoor and fitness brand, with men's and women's clothing and gear for fitness, surfing, hiking, cycling, and active pets. Goods are available online and at flagship stores, including: New York City, NY, King of Prussia, PA, Portland, OR, Seattle, WA, and California cities Los Angeles, Costa Mesa, and San Francisco.

About Wolfgang
Founded in 2013, Wolfgang was created to celebrate the unique relationship between a dog and his people. They offer American-made leashes and collars for dogs using only the finest American leathers and textiles, plus a distinctive collection of wallets, belts, t-shirts and hoodies for human companions. Wolfgang builds their products locally, transports them minimally, and they'll be replaced rarely. For more information, visit www.WolfgangUSA.com.

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