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A TRIBE CALLED QUEST AT COMPLEXCON 2017 WITH SONY'S THE THREAD SHOP

Sony Music’s innovative merchandising company The Thread Shop will be appearing at ComplexCon this year. They will unveil a brand new collaboration with hip-hop legends A Tribe Called Quest, who will be joining Thread Shop on the floor during ComplexCon. Showcased will be two collections of exclusively designed apparel items. They will be located at Booth A10 on November 4th and 5th.
The Thread Shop has established itself as one of the best in the artist merchandising business. The company brings a revolutionary perspective to pop culture branding and marketing, and are committed to providing the ultimate shopping experience – the highest quality of products – for music fans and devotees of popular culture alike. The company touts an impressive and growing roster including A Tribe Called Quest, Bob Dylan, Iggy Pop, NAS, Miles Davis and more. With a focus on quality and design, and with an “artist first” philosophy, The Thread Shop works hand-in-hand with the artists and brands they partner with to create beautiful, fashionable and elevated new merchandise and products designed to enhance every lifestyle.

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