by Stephen Garner

Mizzen+MainAmerican-made menswear company Mizzen+Main has raised an additional $3 million in funding, bringing the company’s total investment to $4.25 million. This round of funding was led by Ben Nash, CEO of PCS Wireless; Super Bowl Winner Thomas Morstead of the New Orleans Saints; George Couri and Bruce Kalmick of Triple 8 Management; Vegas Tech Fund; Brian Tochman of MRCA Investment; alongside other private investors.

Mizzen+Main’s largest funding round to date, the Dallas-based company has attracted attention from investors and consumers alike for its high-performance apparel for the active professional. Founded in 2012 with its signature moisture-wicking wrinkle free dress shirt, Mizzen+Main’s product line has grown to include an array of menswear staples sold online and over 150 retailers nationwide.

“We are excited to be in partnership with these extraordinary business leaders who share our vision for the future of apparel,” said Kevin Lavelle, co-founder and CEO of Mizzen+Main. “These investors have been integral to our company’s efforts to continue our extraordinary trajectory in building the next great American brand, and we look forward to what lies ahead for Mizzen+Main in 2016.”