Fresh Brewed Tees Opens Boutique at Cleveland Hopkins Airport



Fresh Brewed Tees, one of Cleveland's only mobile fashion boutiques and online stores, has opened up its first brick and mortar outlet. The location? Cleveland Hopkins International Airport in Concourse C, near Gate C2.

Fresh Brewed Tees "is a fun new concept that adds even more local flair and flavor to our concessions program," Airport Director Ricky Smith said in a press release. "We think travelers — whether they are from the Cleveland area or just visiting — will appreciate their assortment of apparel that showcases the city’s love for our sports teams and local culture."

If the t-shirt company's success on Cleveland streets- and now Seattle streets- is any indication, the airport outlet is poised for takeoff.

“As a local business, we’re proud of how the city has embraced our fun, specialty gear that showcases the passion Clevelanders have for their sports teams and their city,” Tony Madalone, Fresh Brewed Tees founder, said in the press release.

But apparently, the Hopkins operation isn't the only new venture for the local t-shirt company; another big move seems to be on the horizon:

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