T-shirts and Tanks
The ALO Women's Long Sleeve Contrast Stitch Tee is made from 67 percent bamboo fiber, 29 percent cotton and 4 percent spandex jersey.
On Thursday, May 6, 2010 Broder Bros. is hosting an apparel showcase at Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field. The showcase, running 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. will feature exhibits, seminars and a reception. Broder Bros. will be giving away prizes and offering tours of the stadium.
The Men's U.S.A. Made Long Sleeve Mock Tee from Capital Apparel is made from 100 percent combed cotton and features a 6.2 oz. super soft interlock.
Take a trip back to the '60s with the S&S Activewear Classic Rainbow Spiral and Classic Rainbow Cut-Spiral 100 percent heavyweight cotton T-shirts.
Hanesbrands Inc., Winston-Salem, N.C., which is leading Expedition Hanesbrands to climb Mount Everest this spring, announced today that it will take Winston-Salem, N.C., high school student LaQuishia Stone to visit the world’s highest mountain to inspire other students to set ambitious goals in life.
Industry veteran Tom Vann announced he has has begun the next chapter of his contract screen printing career with the launch of Tommy’s T-Shirt Factory, based in Big Rapids, Mich.
Hanes announced it will offer consumers the opportunity to help plant trees in areas in need through a partnership with the Arbor Day Foundation. For every qualifying purchase of three Hanes products with mail-in redemption and proof of purchase from April 1 through May 15, Hanes will send the purchaser a free Hanes Earth Day T-shirt and will donate a dollar to the Arbor Day Foundation.
Canadian clothing company Gildan Activewear completed its $15 million purchase of Shahriyar Fabric Industries Ltd., part of its bid to expand sales in Asia and Europe business.
The deal includes the assumption of $12 million of Shahriyar's debt and $3 million in equity, Gildan said Wednesday. Shahriyar owns and runs a knitting, dyeing, finishing, cutting and sewing plant near Dhaka, Bangladesh that makes T-shirts.
Hanesbrands Inc., Winston-Salem, North Carolina, announced its worldwide goals to reduce energy use and carbon emissions as well as the launch of a corporate social responsibility Web site that details the company’s social- and and environmental-stewardship programs.