Cutter & Buck
Just as runway looks often end up in retail, retail apparel often makes its way to the promotional world (to the delight of end-users). We spoke to Nadia Santoli, manager of corporate communications & media relations for alphabroder, Trevose, Pa., to find out why retail inspired apparel works and how to pull it off successfully.
Golf: America's pastime. What, you thought it was baseball? No way. Football maybe? Still nope. It's golf. We realize this is a controversial statement. A challenge to our national pastime is a challenge to America, to freedom itself—we might as well be telling you apple pie is inferior to cherry (relax, it's not)—but hear us out: PGA of America's Golf 2.0 player-development initiative put the total number of golfers at 28.7 million in 2013. According to Statista, baseball had 17.56 million players in 2014. Football didn't even come close.
Joel Freet, previously the head of the corporate business for Cutter & Buck, has been named the chief executive officer. He replaces Jens Petersson, who has transitioned into a role in group executive management at parent company, New Wave Group AB.
Cutter & Buck announced the expansion of its ladies' line for fall 2014, with an extensive selection of fresh colors, exciting details and new fabrications.
Cutter & Buck’s Men’s Golf Collection combines superior performance with a clean, modern look that works for an active lifestyle. For Fall 2014, the company continues to focus on an all-weather wardrobe that transitions seamlessly from summer to fall, and includes sophisticated pieces that move easily from the course to the clubhouse and feature bold, new color anchors.
On September 17, 2013, Cutter & Buck announced its 2014 CB Classics collection.
Seattle-based Cutter & Buck’s ANNIKA Collection for Fall 2013 will feature a visionary line that embodies the spirit of the legendary golfer, for which it is named, by combining cutting-edge technology with ingenious details for stylish performance.
Cutter & Buck, based in Seattle, has named Laura Saiki as its new golf product line director. Saiki, who spent the past six years at Pebble Beach Company as a private label buyer, brings more than 20 years of experience in the golf industry to the position.
The Quality Certification Alliance (QCA), the promotional product industry's only independent, not-for-profit organization dedicated to helping companies provide safe products, has awarded QCA Accreditation to Union, Illinois-based Bag Makers.