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Dressing for Success
Compiled by Lars Anderson, Trisha Blackmar, Jessica Garrison, Bryan Graham, Pete McEntegart, Mary Pinkham, Erika Sauerwein and Kevin Tran
June 30, 2003
Banks isn't the only former athlete involved in the fashion or clothing-sales business. Here are some others.
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June 30, 2003

Dressing For Success

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Banks isn't the only former athlete involved in the fashion or clothing-sales business. Here are some others.

Brendan Foster, British track Olympian, His sportswear line, View From, is carried by one of England's largest department store chains

Dominik Hasek, NHL goalie, His Dominator Clothing line of casual sportswear, already a hit in Europe, is now available in the U.S.

Rick Honeycutt, Major league pitcher, Sells college apparel and other sportswear at Rick Honeycutt Sports in Chattanooga

Michael Irvin, NFL receiver, Will introduce the Michael Irvin Collection of shirts, pants and shoes in July in collaboration with Silversilk

Drew Pearson, NFL receiver, His Drew Pearson Marketing Inc. sells 10 million hats a year and has licenses with the NBA, NHL and MLB

Gabriela Sabatini, tennis, Designs an eponymous line of clothing in addition to perfumes and watches

Steve Timmons, volleyball Olympian, Co-owner of Redsand, an Encinitas, Calif.-based company that sells surf-and skaterwear

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