Jardine said the pair can barely keep up with the orders for their classic Albert County hoodies and for the new designs that Glenn creates himself.
She said Tingley is the quiet creator while she gets the word out to would be retailers.
“It’s his words and my mouth.”
The apparel is now being sold in Riverview at John’s Garden Centre, and Coverdale Convenience where Crystal Jones said it’s hard to keep sizes in stock.
“It’s great people love them,” Jones said.
Jardine said business keeps growing.
“It’s going quite well we are quite excited about it all,” said Jardine.
She added she typically sticks to packing and distribution of the product and there is a reason for that.
“He made an Albert County Girl T-shirt and hoodie and I said to him that I didn’t like it at all. He said, ‘well I am going to make a couple and see how it goes.”
Jardine said she had to eat a little Albert County crow after they sold about 200 to 300 of those shirts.
“There have been a few designs that she has said, ‘well I really don’t like that’ and it proves to be popular,” Tingley said.
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