ABC sitcom "The Middle" has tapped a local company for help.
Goose Clothes Galore was notified recently by ABC the network will use lawn goose clothes from the company on the set of the "The Middle" for
the upcoming 2012-13 television season.
According to owner James Cole, his company was contacted by Julie Fanton, set director for the sitcom, and asked to provide lawn goose clothes for the season.
According to Cole, his company was chosen based on a large selection available at gooseclothesgalore.com.
"This is a great opportunity to showcase to the world the quality, creativity and care that goes into locally made products," Cole said.
"The Middle" stars Patricia Heaton, Neil Flynn, Charlie McDermontt, Edan Sher and Atticus Shaffer. New episodes of "The Middle" can be seen Wednesday evenings on ABC starting Sept. 26.
Goose Clothes Galore is a family-owned business that makes hand-crafted clothes for the cement and plastic lawn geese in four sizes.
Founded in 1981 by Cole's mother, Marijane Cole, the business has been operated by her son since 2002.
The goose outfits are handcrafted in Sycamore, Upper Sandusky, Tiffin, Crestline and Galion. The company is based in Sycamore.
Goose Clothes Galore.com previously has been featured on HGTV and "My Name is Earl."