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Country Apparel Options For Cowboys And Cowgirls Now On Display At CountryRebel.com

SAN DIEGO, Aug. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Introducing their entertaining online shop lined with country apparel tailored for today's modern cowboy is the clothing and entertainment brand, Country Rebel Clothing Co. The brand, which initially appeared on social media sites before the grand opening of their website, has become popular with the thousands of fans and followers who are restless to get their hands on some of the unique clothing options available at the online shop.

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The country-clothing brand is known for many things, but it is mainly known for its entertaining take on the modern country music scene, showing the company's own sense of rebel pride and high-strung levels of fun seen in their clothing designs. Fans who have visited Country Rebel Clothing Co. on Facebook and Instagram will get a good idea about what the brand is all about, with their wide-ranging posts covering all things country fans love about country music, such as fiery and spirited quotes from country songs, redneck humor, and American pride.

The grand opening of the company's shop at CountryRebel.com has allowed country fans to select and collect their favorite t-shirt designs to wear when heading out to the next country music concert or just wearing casually. The apparel selection at CountryRebel.com includes bold yet lively options to choose from, all reflective on the company's outlook on a rebellious and carefree life. This includes fan favorites like their "Country Rebel Classic" design for both men and women, as well as their "Heart And Soul" and "Rebel Bad A**" t-shirt designs. 

But that is not all the website is currently catering to country fans. Another big feature of the Country Rebel Clothing Co.'s main website is their growing selection of country music videos, all for viewing pleasure at the "Videos" section of the website. Once here, country fans will find themselves browsing through the greatest country music song videos of the past and present, such as songs like Brooks & Dunn's "Believe" and "Baby Blue" from country legend George Strait. The "Videos" section's artist search feature allows visitors to search for the favorite artists, making song searching hassle-free. With the country video blog receiving continuous video updates, country fans can expect to find something new when dropping by CountryRebel.com's video blog

The Country Rebel website also offers visitors a chance to sign up for the Country Rebel VIP List for free. By signing up for the VIP list, country music fans receive special discounts on apparel, along with weekly opportunities to win free concert tickets, autographed memorabilia, and invitations to exclusive parties. One of the most recent promos gave VIP listers a chance to win some cool memorabilia from fan-favorite Brantley Gilbert, so those who feel like bringing home some great country swag for free should definitely sign up to keep posted on upcoming opportunities.

To find out more about what Country Rebel Clothing Co. has to offer, head to CountryRebel.com.

Media Contact: Kevin Blue, CountryRebel.com, 949-292-8401, [email protected]

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