Did you hear?... Icelandic Design designs sweater and hat to honor America

Icelandic Design has designed a sweater and hat to honor America.
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Icelandic Design has designed a sweater and hat to honor America. The flag-themed, zip-front, 100-percent wool, fully-lined cardigan will have a limited production run of 500 units and will be available for shipment to retailers Jan. 15, 2002. Doc Porter, of Icelandic Design, told SNEWS® that the company hopes to raise between $20,000 and $25,000, which it will divide between the American Red Cross and the United States Olympic Committee. Icelandic's Liberty sweater will retail for approximately $200. For more information contact Icelandic Design at 800-750-9299.

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