VANCOUVER, BC – Sauder School of Business undergraduate student Yulee Hong, who founded The Suburbia clothing firm in 2004, is a featured entrepreneur and designer in the March 2007 issue of BC Business Magazine.
Hong, whose personally designed t-shirts are retailed at fashion outlets across the Pacific Northwest, and internationally via the company’s website, has garnered a strong following in local fashion industry circles.
In addition to BC Business Magazine, she was profiled by veteran Vancouver Sun writer Malcolm Parry in his “Trade Talk” column. The Suburbia has also garnered recent coverage in British Columbia publications such as 24 Hours and The Georgia Straight.
An upcoming Hollywood feature, currently in production in Greater Vancouver, will also showcase Hong’s t-shirt designs.
According to the company website, The Suburbia “has since grown in its product offering with additional T-shirt designs produced, and with many more designs in the midst of production. The line currently consists of graphic print T-shirts for men and women, with future expansion plans to include tank tops, hoodies, long sleeved shirts, hats, and undergarments.”
For more information, visit The Suburbia website: http://www.thesuburbia.com/Home.htm.