Loudmouth Golf Opens Distribution Centre in China

Loudmouth golfer John Daly.
Loudmouth golfer John Daly.

California, United States: Loudmouth Golf, known for its bright golf and lifestyle apparel, has announced that its newest international distribution centre is now open for business in China.
The distribution centre will initially serve eCommerce customers and within the coming months provide merchandise for retail outlets across the country.
As the world’s second largest apparel market, and a rapidly growing force in the global golf industry, the opening of Loudmouth China marks an important milestone in Loudmouth’s international expansion efforts, said Dennis Green, Loudmouth President.
Green said: “Launching Loudmouth China is a tremendous step towards our goal of supporting our customers around the globe. It is very complicated for a foreign corporation to be granted an eCommerce platform by the Chinese Government, and we are extremely proud of this accomplishment.
“The Chinese have always loved fashion and the uptake of golf in China is outpacing all other nations. With golf becoming more accessible to the middle class, this is an incredible opportunity for Loudmouth to introduce our products to our Chinese customers.”
The PGA Tour and China Golf Association recently created a new professional Tour with 12 stops in 2014. Top professionals are becoming more popular in China and many have made appearances at tournaments, including Loudmouth golfer John Daly, who played an event in Shanghai last year.
Loudmouth China will offer a selection of their most popular patterns for both men and women including pants, shorts, mini shorts, capris and skorts.
Sport coats and blazers will also be available for purchase through the Loudmouth Made-to-Order shop (MTO).
Founded in Sonoma, California in 2000, Loudmouth is now available worldwide including the US, Canada, UK/Europe, Australia, South Africa, Japan, Korea, Southeast Asia and China.

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