'Duck Dynasty' Launching New Truck Tires

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The Duck Dynasty brand can be found almost everywhere these days. You can even buy your baby a onesie with the logo atop camouflage or a picture of Phil Robertson or Uncle Si on the front. Now Duck Dynasty fans can add one more thing they can proudly procure to add to their collection--truck tires. Yes, it's true. On August 12th there will be an official unveiling of the tire design.

Collaborating with TBC Brands and Harris Tire, the Duck Dynasty tire line will be available in both all terrain and mud terrain styles. Both styles will feature the 'Duck Commander' name and logo, along with a duck feather motif molded into the sidewall.

A variety of wheel sizes will be available in the Duck Dynasty tire line. They will range from 15 to 20-inch tires. John Rastetter is Tire Rack's Director of Tire Information Services. He says that since the tires are being manufactured by Cooper Tires--known for producing both the Mickey Thompson and the Dick Cepeck brands--they will no doubt be a 'respectable product.'

Are you a Duck Dynasty fan? Do you wear your duck call proudly, along with your t-shirt and headband? Or do you simply sit down in your living room at night and watch the show--wishing all the while you had someone in your house like Miss Kay to cook up some fabulous treat for you to enjoy while you watch?

Well now you can buy Duck Dynasty tires, too. It seems pretty likely that the people who may buy these tires are probably the ones with gun racks in the back windows of their pickup trucks. But, hey--maybe that won't be the case. Perhaps sharply dressed women driving luxe sport utility vehicles will soon have their rides adorned with Duck Dynasty tires and start a whole new trend.

Will you be among them, ladies?

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Kimberly Ripley
Kimberly Ripley is a freelance writer and published author from Portsmouth, New Hampshire. A wife, mom of five and 'Nana' to Lilly and Aiden, she loves cooking for her big family and watching HGTV in her spare time. Kim is guilty of starting way more home design projects than she can finish. Visit her at Twitter and Facebook.

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