Boardroom Custom Clothing

Boardroom/Ecoapparel Join Bluesign Standard
January 22, 2008

Bluesign Technologies, based in St. Gallen, Switzerland, announced Boardroom Custom Clothing and of Vancouver, British Columbia are new brand members of the bluesign standard. The bluesign standard is an independent, international-quality standard aimed to serve people and the environment. It identifies responsibly acting textile industry suppliers. Bluesign technologies was founded in 2000. Since then, the bluesign standard has been adopted by different leading textile manufacturers, and it meets the general need to do something about sustainability, so that next generations can benefit from an intact environment, without compromising functionality, quality or design. “We are proud to announce that we have gained a

June 1, 2007

ACCORDING TO STATISTICS from the National Center for Education Statistics and the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, there are 4,388 colleges and universities in the United States. For distributors looking to successfully sell imprinted apparel to this market, there is certainly no shortage of opportunities. The top schools and most recognized names probably have long-standing deals, but what about the 3,500 other schools of which most people have never heard? Each institution has proud students willing to promote their school and school teams on T-shirts, pants, sweatshirts and even underwear. “Students will spend money on anything that has [their school logo] on

Boardroom Custom Clothing Launches Eco Apparel Line
February 6, 2007

Boardroom Custom Clothing, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, has launched, one of the first collections of environmentally friendly custom apparel available in Canada and the United States. “We have an opportunity to make a difference to our earth, our employees and our community,” said Mark Trotzuk, president and CEO. Boardroom has been in business for more than 10 years and is an audited socially compliant company and fair trade manufacturer. “We are at the forefront of environmentally friendly fabric engineering and development,” said Trotzuk. “Our 2007 clothing collection minimizes our negative impact on the environment without compromising quality and performance.”’s 2007 collection includes clothing