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D & K Suit City- Clothing Atlanta's Communities-One Person At A Time

From Snellville, Georgia

D & K Clothing Atlanta's Communities One Person At A Time

In good times and bad, D & K Suit City is where the communities of metro Atlanta turn to for exceptional fashions. For decades D & K has been a fixture in Atlanta, Georgia.

With five locations, they have always embraced and clothed their neighbors, no matter the occasion. Mr. Jonathan Karam manages his family clothing empire. He is the son of Elie and Karen Karam . He's twin brother is named Justin , and he has a younger brother, named Joseph .

From an early age, he has always kept himself grounded by serving others in the Atlanta community. Its just his nature to help people. In times of crisis from Hurricane Katrina to the recent misfortunes of Haiti, the Karams have always been front and center of numerous causes, to help their fellow man.

Growing up in a family business, Jonathan remembers the old saying" "To whom much is given...Much is Required". He practice this motto every day of his life.

A man of only 29 years old, he has the wisdom of a saint three times his age. Its time for our city of Atlanta to reward this powerful family with our love and business, in times when we can, just to say. Thank you so much for your family financial contributions, family compassion and concern.

Remember Easter is April 4, 2010.

Jonathan of D& K Suit City welcomes all of you in the community to take advantage of their Easter Specials.

 He says,"We have the largest selection of suits in the state of Georgia. Our Mens Suits start at $69.99 and are all buy one get one half off. We have over 100,000 suits company wide.Therefore,  we have the biggest and best selection in the city of Atlanta, Ga" .

I know, its an unheard of special pricing promotion on all Men and Boys' suits. But make sure to ask for your "10% Our Town Discount". The Karams havealways been there for us, lets support them now, TOO !


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