Ash City USA
Ash City, the promotional apparel supplier located in Lenexa, Kan., on December 3 announced the appointment of Doug Hayes as the company’s new president and CEO. He will oversee all aspects of the company’s go-to-market strategy for North America, starting January 3, 2013. Founder Garry Hurvitz will continue to lead Ash City's product development and supply chain initiatives.
As we wrap up 2012, apparel suppliers are preparing to introduce their newest products inspired by seasonal changes and flattering fits. Upcoming fashion trends for 2013 include a variety of bright colors like compass gold and purple orchid, additions to wovens like polos with pockets, and versatile designs like athletic wear that can be worn to the office. Take a look below for a sneak peek of what is about to become popular in casual, corporate and active apparel.
Are you looking for ways to help your customers keep promotions hot and profitable? Gloves can be the perfect addition. Check out some of the latest styles here.
Ash City USA has hired Shawna Tickle and Peter Strob as dedicated sales representatives. Tickle will be responsible for Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, Wyoming and Colorado, and Strob will be responsible for North Carolina, South Carolina and Southwest Virginia.
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Fight off cooler temperatures and stay safe with some of the latest trends in rugged and safety gear.
Ash City unveiled its new Fall collection at a fashion show held on August 1 at its headquarters in Ontario, Canada. Debuting 17 new styles, worn by 25 enthusiastic Ash City staff models, the event showcased a collection that is bold, dynamic and compelling. Narrowing the gap between retail trends and what's available in the corporate market, Ash City has set a new standard for innovation and design.
Fashion-EAST-a show attendees and participants got into the advertising spirit with 2012 styles, fabrications and imprint options.