Anvil Knitwear

S&S Activewear and Anvil Knitwear Announce Winners of GoGreen Giveaway
June 23, 2009

Bolingbrook, Illinois-based S&S Activewear, a national distributor of imprintable sportswear, and New York-based Anvil Knitwear Inc., a leading designer, manufacturer and marketer of high-quality activewear, announced the winners of the companies' GoGreen Giveaway.

TSC Apparel Has a Successful 2009 Open House
May 6, 2009

Cincinnati-based TSC Apparel is pleased to announce that its 2009 regional open house was a huge success. The event was held Friday, April 17 at the Great American Ball Park—home of the Cincinnati Reds.

Anvil Knitwear Among Top Global Organic Cotton Retailers
April 10, 2009

After a big push to increase its environmentally friendly business practices and break into more “green markets” such as organic cotton, New York-based Anvil Knitwear has been named one of the top ten global barnds and retailers using organic cotton.

TSC Apparel Gambles with New Las Vegas Promotion
February 24, 2009

Cincinnati-based TSC Apparel announced its 2009 promotion, the Wildcard Advantage. TSC Apparel, along with mill sponsors, Anvil Knitwear, New York and Gildan, Montreal, will send 10 winners and guests to the January 2010 PPAI Las Vegas show.

Back From Vegas
February 3, 2009

The adventures of your favorite rookie are going pretty well. I've just returned from my first industry business trip to PPAI Las Vegas. Prior to this cross-country journey, I certainly had not done much traveling. In fact, post-college, most of my life has been split between tiny beige cubicles and the weird mix of pine trees and delis that is South Jersey. (Seriously, there are eight delis on the maybe five-mile street that leads to my house! Eight! Who needs that many sandwiches?)

S&S Activewear and Anvil Knitwear Announce GoGreen Giveaway
January 13, 2009

Bolingbrook, Illinois-based S&S Activewear, a national distributor of imprintable sportswear, and Anvil Knitwear, Inc., a leading designer, manufacturer and marketer of activewear, announced the companies’ GoGreen Giveaway which will debut during various January promotional product trade shows. “We wanted to do a promotion that will communicate our corporate commitment to the environment and help two really lucky customers go green,” said Kristine Naylor, director of marketing at Anvil Knitwear. “As a full-line wholesaler who inventories every style, every size and every color of our product line, S&S Activewear is a great partner for this campaign.” The GoGreen grand prize is a Smart Car. Protecting

Dollars and (Fashion) Sense
October 28, 2008

ECONOMY SHMECONOMY. NOT to be glib, but that headline has sold one too many papers these days. Yes, things are not necessarily prospering, however, what the general public should be talking about is how to respond to these given circumstances. Facing the unenviable challenge of helping end-buyers find value in items that can all-too-easily be considered “extraneous,” now more than ever, suppliers and distributors must continuously prove the worth of their wares. Showing how each garment can be used in a practical wardrobe application attaches a tangible benefit to every dollar spent, an essential formula for continuing to drive business through financially uncertain

Anvil Knitwear CEO Anthony Corsano Receives Honor
July 15, 2008

New York-based apparel manufacturer Anvil Knitwear announced CEO Anthony Corsano received the Metro New York Ernst & Young 2008 Entrepreneur of The Year Award in the retail and consumer products category. According to Ernst & Young, also based in New York, the award recognizes outstanding entrepreneurs who are building and leading dynamic, growing businesses. Anthony Corsano was selected by an independent panel of judges, and the award was presented at a gala event at the Times Square Marriott Marquis on June 26. “I’m honored to accept this prestigious award, which is the result of a collaborative effort of many,” said Corsano. “The entire

Best Dressed
June 10, 2008

I once saw this completely forgettable movie with Salma Hayek and Matthew Perry called “Fools Rush In.” (Don’t judge, I usually have better taste).
Strangely, the only thing I can recall is that, in describing Vegas, one of the characters says (and I paraphrase) that they might as well have built the city on the surface of the sun.
These days, the same can hold true of Philly. It. Is. Oppressive.
Like, kids are being sent home from school, roads are buckling and I can’t even walk around my apartment without breaking a sweat. Not okay.
Yesterday, to capitalize on a little free