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Tiecoon.com Adds Jobs, Rolls Out Changes to Increase Capacity, and Adjusts Pricing to Offer Customers Wider Selection, Free Shipping, Special Offers

Henderson, NV – January 30, 2012 – In an unprecedented move by Tiecoon.com, the company has changed it slogan to “Tiecoon.com – The BEST neckties on earth” and announced price increases across all product lines.  The necktie company is also continuing to add jobs and capacity for higher volume.

Top quality neckties of woven microfiber polyester will increase to $9.90, extra long ties will increase to $15.90, and woven silk ties will increase to $19.90. Tiecoon also is announcing that current customers can still receive old pricing of $5 for woven poly, and $10 for woven silk until the end of February. Coupons will be emailed to the customers and posted on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TieYouUp.

Tiecoon.com is also continuing to add jobs to the Las Vegas economy, which was one of the worst hit by the recession. New positions include more web development and web marketing, customer service representatives, and warehouse positions for order fulfillment. 

Tiecoon.com will also continue playing a role in driving the economic engine of the Vegas Valley by increased demand for warehouse and office space and business support. As Tiecoon.com continues to increase offerings and expand the product line, need for more warehouse and office space is also anticipated. 

Tiecoon.com is an online menswear retailer and wholesaler, and a wholly owned subsidiary of TCDC Corporation, a Nevada corporation. Tiecoon.com operates offices and warehouses out of the Las Vegas, Nevada area.

“We are growing very fast and making changes on the fly to better serve our current and future customers,” says the president of TCDC Corporation. “We are very excited to be able to offer a new, wider selection of ties and special offers. As always, our vigilance over our tie quality will remain paramount.”