Portland observer. (Portland, Or.) 1970-current, September 28, 2016, MINORITY & SMALL BUSINESS WEEK SPECIAL EDITION, Page Page 5, Image 5

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    September 28, 2016
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Eric Holden welcomes customers
to his Touch of Urban Apparel
store at 2861 N.E. Martin Luther
King Jr. Blvd., a hot location for
both men and women looking for
chic, professional and high quality
clothing at competitive prices.
Store Owner
is Sweet on
Men and women seeking chic, pro-
fessional and high quality clothing at
competitive pricing should check out
A Touch of Urban Apparel, a black-
owned business located at 2861 N.E.
Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Shop
owner Eric Holden has been serving
customers with the help of his family
for the last 12 years.
From dress hats to Montique shirts
to Belvedere shoes, most of the neces-
sary pieces to build a dapper suit can
be found at A Touch of Urban Apparel.
If there is anything a client can’t
find, the store offers custom made
clothing, a great option for those in
the Portland metropolitan area. People
outside of Portland are encouraged to
browse some of the store’s selections
offered by visiting online at atoucho-
You can also give the store a call
for questions on tailoring, name brands
and other inquiries at 971-270-6528 or
email atouchofurban@gmail.com.
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