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Major Retailers Pull Redskins Branded Merch Even After Franchise Agrees to Review Name
July 7, 2020 at 11:43 am

The Washington Redskins are inching closer to changing their name after years of public outcry. This came after pressure from FedEx (owner of Washington's stadium naming rights) and Nike, which pulled its licensed team merchandise from stores. Now, major retailers like Walmart and Target have also agreed to stop selling Redskins gear...

How Branded Polos and Business Casual Apparel Fit Into the New Normal
June 3, 2020 at 11:51 am

Virtual interactions are increasing as workplaces look to stay connected with employees. Essential businesses remain open. And other businesses still need to reach out to customers via video calls. All of these businesses still have a need for branded apparel for staff...

Comic-Con Uses Vintage Designs for Canceled Event Merchandise
May 28, 2020 at 1:19 pm

Due to the current situation, fans from all over the world aren’t going to be able to make any Comic-Con memories this year. But, they can at least wear new (old) memories proudly. Comic-Con is relying on nostalgia, selling a line of event merchandise that commemorates the event but uses vintage designs from past Comic-Cons...

San Francisco Bag Supplier Timbuk2 Turns Sports Team Tees Into Face Masks
April 30, 2020 at 11:22 am

Timbuk2, the San Francisco-based maker of bags and backpacks, is using T-shirts donated from local sports teams to create face masks for Bay Area organizations. The company teamed up with NBC Sports Bay Area, which helped set up T-shirt donations from the 49ers, Sharks, Warriors, Giants, Earthquakes and Kings...

NCAA Tournament, Kentucky Derby Merchandise Is Still Available
April 10, 2020 at 12:49 pm

People who were previously lucky enough to score tickets to events like the NCAA Tournament or the Kentucky Derby are no doubt bummed. It’s for the best, but it doesn’t take the sting out of missing out on the action. We can’t go back and magically make the events happen as scheduled, but we can do the next best thing: buy merchandise as if we were there...

Apparel Suppliers, Promo Companies Shift Production to Face Masks During COVID-19 Outbreak
March 25, 2020 at 12:05 pm

The promo industry is facing major adversity. But apparel manufacturers have taken this opportunity not only to pivot for the sake of their business, but to do some real good. Last week, we we reported that Los Angeles Apparel offered its workforce to create face masks. It’s now joined by companies like Hanes, SnugZ USA, Starline and more...