(BALTIMORE – November 7, 2008) – Kevin Scott’s dream is now a reality: a men’s clothier location in the heart of downtown Baltimore at 324 Park Avenue.
Having worked for years to find and attain such a plush locale, the store is a manifestation of the greatness of a young African American man born and raised in this city. However, don’t get it twisted. Scott has also walked in Milan – searching, of course, for the finest - the absolute finest in menswear.
“I am just so grateful to the Almighty for the vision and the courage to see this through,” said Scott as he cleaned a portion of his new hardwood floor.
Having held his Grand Opening a couple of weeks ago, Scott said that his establishment offers everything from Mezlan shoes to the finest leather jackets available.
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