Towels and Textiles

Autopoint to Launch New Site February 1
January 26, 2010

Autopoint, Janesville, Wis., a supplier to the promotional products industry since 1918, announced the company will be introducing its new Web site on February 1.

Towel Specialties Hires Matt Carter to Represent its Line in Georgia
January 26, 2010

Towel Specialties, Baltimore announced it recently hired multiline representative Matt Carter of Flanagan & Associates, Palm Harbor, Fla., to represent the line in Georgia. Carter comes to the company with 14 years of experience as the co-owner of Carter
Promotions and an additional 18 months as a multiline rep.

Pro Towels Announces ProService
May 19, 2009

Pro Towels Etc., based in Pittsburgh, announced a newly designed sales and service structure called ProService. ProService is a reallocation of resources to

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March 19, 2009

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Pro Towels Etc. Begins Distribution of the Cutter & Buck Golf Towels
May 6, 2008

Pittsburgh-based Pro Towels Etc. announced it will begin to distribute the Cutter & Buck golf towel collection under a new license for the promotional products industry. After announcing the agreement in early January of this year, Dana Zezzo, vice president of sales at Pro Towels Etc. has been presenting the product line to national accounts and at regional trade shows. He said, “The preliminary response in the marketplace has been overwhelmingly positive as a natural addition to the already established Cutter & Buck offerings. We are excited to carry on the Cutter & Buck tradition of quality.” The line offers six styles of premium,

Pro Towel Etc. Offers Organic Options in 2008
January 8, 2008

Pro Towels Etc., based in Pittsburgh, announced it will offer eco-friendly products for 2008, stressing that the importance of helping create a sustainable environment has become a priority to the company. The eco-friendly items being offered include 100 percent organic beach towels and 100 percent bamboo beach towels and robes. The organic cotton being used in the towels is environmentally friendly. Organic crop production is based on a system of farming that doesn’t use toxic synthetic fertilizers, pesticides and insecticides to replenish and maintain soil fertility. Certified organic means a verification process was performed by an independent state or private organization to ensure that