Press: Good Mojo for the Renaissance Store of Yore

Mojo Leather joins Ye Old Renaissance Shop, adding to the store’s expanding selection of Renaissance clothing and accessories.

Cornelius, NC (PRWEB) April 16, 2013 — Ye Old Renaissance Shop announced the recent expansion of their Renaissance clothing line through the popular leather workshop, Mojo Leather. The partnership means an even greater selection for those seeking period merchandise at yeoldrenaissanceshop.com.

“Mojo Leather’s determination to provide only the finest leather products will certainly complement the Shop’s offerings,” said Matt Schoenherr, owner. “These guys are brilliant at what they do.” The expanded partnership with Mojo Leather marks an aggressive expansion in the online retailer’s product line over the past four months, which has grown by roughly 400%.

Mojo Leather describes the Shop as “…an excellent source for a broad range of period goods, where we expect our merchandise will be well received and sales will be exceptional.” With a record for exemplary customer service, both companies feel Ye Old Renaissance Shop provides an excellent platform for distributing the Mojo Leather line. As a result of the expansion, Ye Old Renaissance Shop will now source Renaissance accessories like leather bracers, pouches, sporrans, and medieval belts from Mojo Leather.

The Ye Old Renaissance Shop website offers a wide variety of Renaissance clothing, an extensive list of Renaissance festivals around the US, and a blog that offers tips and information on medieval clothing and its origins.

More Information
In 1963, the Renaissance Pleasure Fair in California marked the first formal Renaissance festival in the United States. Since then, what began as a small cottage industry has become all grown up. According to MedievalFaires.com (http://medievalfaires.com), over 6.3 million people attended approximately 217 Renaissance festivals in the US alone last year. Renaissance fairs can range from an intimate 50 attendees to the largest being the Texas Renaissance Festival (Plantersville, TX,) which sees around 500,000 people each year. Period merchandise is not only made popular by these festivals, but is also used in television and theater productions, movies, re-enactments, chamber choirs and at Halloween.

Mojo Leather
Mojo Leather has provided quality leather goods for Renaissance festivals, theater and Scottish highland games for nearly a decade. Situated in Cornelius, North Carolina, the leather workshop has grown into a brand that is known world wide for craftsmanship and quality. With almost 15 years of leather experience in the workshop, Mojo Leather is proud to say “Made in America.” The Mojo Leather product line boasts a variety of belts, bags, sporrans, skirt hikes and bracers.
http://www.mojoleather.com

Ye Old Renaissance Shop
Since 2011, Ye Old Renaissance Shop has been offering Renaissance clothing for all ages, from child through adult. As a retailer of Renaissance costumes for men and women, Ye Old Renaissance Shop offers customers a one-stop shop for authentic pirate clothing, wench costumes, medieval gowns, knight armor and other Renaissance accessories.
http://yeoldrenaissanceshop.com

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