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In 1996, I was a sophomore in high school. Of course I thought I knew everything about…well, everything. Actually, that’s not entirely true. After giving it two minutes, I recalled something I didn’t understand back then and, admittedly, I still don’t understand it to this day. Of course, I’m talking about the lyrics to “Wannabe” by the Spice Girls (you know…girl power and all of that).
L.A. T Sportswear, Ball Ground, Ga., announced that it has improved its website by adding a distributor locator.
Broder Bros., Trevose, Pa., announced it is taking its "Selling What Sells" educational series on a three-part, nationwide tour of events focused on educating customers about sales presentations and selling more apparel. Beginning the week of September 6, 2011, the first part of the tour will feature Alpha, Broder and NES staff along with representatives from Bella and Canvas and some of the industry's biggest mills in 15 cities across the country. These full-day events will consist of product presentations and sales seminars based off of the "Selling What Sells" catalog and Bella + Canvas Sellers Guide.
L.A. T Sportswear, Ball Ground, Ga., announced a new training video available on their website and YouTube. The video highlights the Rabbit Skins line of infant and toddler clothing.
Gardena, California-based The Americana Company, a West Coast distributor of imprintable sportswear, released its new catalog this month. In addition to T-shirts and fleece, the 116-page book includes athletic wear, sport shirts, jackets, children’s apparel, hats, bags and aprons.
The Americana Company, a West Coast distributor of imprintable sportswear based out of Gardena, Calif., released its new catalog this month. In addition to T-shirts and fleece, the 116-page book includes athleticwear, sport shirts, jackets, children’s apparel, hats, bags and aprons. The wholesaler has also increased inventory levels and has expanded its one-day shipping area.
Whispering Pines Sportswear, Monroe, N.C. announced it will expand its offering for 2010 with the addition of products to its Adams Essentials, Adams Fashion Headwear, Inner Harbor, Willow Pointe and 24/7 Lifesyle Lines.
Clava American, Englewood, N.J, announced it introduced a vegan line of canvas bags. The Carina and Wellie collections feature fashion- and retail-inspired bags and accessories.
Despite the tendency to “go big or go home” on the runways of New York’s Fall Fashion Week, it’s important to keep things in perspective. At least designers weren’t insisting we accessorize with a live snake or a headdress made out of bubble wrap. This time.
Philadelphia-based Bodek and Rhodes, one of the leading wholesalers of imprintable activewear, recently announced the addition of six new brands of apparel and accessories to its 2009 lineup. With the early release of their annual catalog in November, Bodek and Rhodes will now offer a total of 36 brands. “It’s all about giving our customers and their clients the choices and variety they deserve,” said Mike Rhodes, president. “We’re ... making sure we’ve got the hot names people are looking for like Adidas Golf, which is new for us this year. We’re also making sure we’ve got a variety of styles and accessories to