Three Days Grace’s Barry Stock launches MEAN Clothing Company

Barry Stock, guitarist with the multi-platinum selling and award-winning recording artist Three Days Grace has launched MEAN Clothing Company. Stock’s clothing company offers the MEAN line of “Rock Music/Military Inspired” clothing, jewelry and a wide range of accessories from hats to skateboards.

The official launch video on MEANtv, the YouTube channel for MEAN Clothing Company, provides a swift snapshot of the MEAN line and insight into the brand and what it stands for. Barry wants everyone to feel inspired to get MEAN in life and to wear the MEAN brand. He says, “MEAN is about being aggressive, in a positive way. It is strength and confidence. To stand with purpose.” “It is a take charge mentality to go out there and give it your all. MEAN is fired by passion and the drive to succeed, to accomplish whatever it is you set out to achieve. “Live it, Love it, MEAN it.”

The MEAN line is available online exclusively at

There are two contests people can enter online. Stock is giving away an autographed MEAN guitar. Every customer who makes a minimum $25 purchase is entered into the MEAN Guitar Contest. Stock is also looking for the MEANest Beard out there. People can submit their photo into the MEANest Beard Contest for a chance to win a MEAN prize pack. Both contests end May 31, 2014. Details can be found online at


Author: Buddy Iahn

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