Comedian becomes spokescomic for bowling clothes

By | February 9, 2011 at 10:27 am | No comments | Audio/Video, News | Tags: ,

Many of the most iconic comedians in recent memory have signature onstage looks: George Carlin wore black shirts, Louis C.K. wears black shirts and jeans, Jerry Seinfeld wears a jacket and tie. With that consistency, it was only a matter of time before a clothing company sponsored a stand-up comic who wears the same thing every time he or she performs.

Bowling Concepts, an online shop for bowling shirts, lounge shirts, and Charlie Sheen Signature Shirts, has entered into a partnership with Mike Motz, a New York-based comedian who exclusively wears their clothing onstage.

As part of the agreement, Motz creates comedy videos for the Bowling Concepts blog, Facebook page, and YouTube, like this sequel to bowling-centric cult classic The Big Lebowski. The dude abides!?

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