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Tie maker develops new design

on Thursday,June 03,2010 19:06

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An online tie maker has come up with a new design. Anchor Neckwear are 100 percent silk handcrafted neckties that securely anchor to dress shirts and stay in position all day.

Anchor Ties feature a patent-pending design with two elastic strips that attach to two buttons on a dress shirt, keeping the entire tie securely in place. The ties also include a concealed pocket where wearers can store business cards, credit cards, money or any other small, flat item.

When the founder of Anchor Ties, Joseph Sale, worked as an account executive at a Fortune 500 company, he often noticed that his tie and those of his clients were out of place. When he lost his job, he decided to launch a new business that could provide a solution. After developing many different prototypes, he hit on the idea for Anchor Ties and founded Anchor Neckwear two years ago.

"Anchor Neckwear has solved every fundamental problem with the standard necktie," said Sale. "Men will never again have to worry about their ties swaying out of place, dipping into plates, cups or sinks, or being blown over their shoulder by the wind."

The ties, which currently are only available at the Anchor Neckwear website, come in a variety of colors and patterns, including solids, stripes and paisleys as well as patterns of dots, wheels and geometric shapes.

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