L.A. T Sportswear
It's not enough to shrink adult styles down—smart suppliers are designing kid's clothing from the ground up. Take a look at this week's Editor's Picks to see some of the children's styles that'll be showing up on the playground next month.
In the wake of devastating storms in West and North Georgia, L.A. T Sportswear, Ball Ground, Ga., has made a donation to the Red Cross to support recovery efforts.
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.
THE EDITORS AT Promo Marketing are thrilled to announce this year's finalists for the 2011 Supplier Excellence Awards. With so many great suppliers on the semifinalist list, it was tough deciding who in the industry is top in any given category. So this year, we put the decision making in your hands, dear distributors. We…
L.A. T Sportswear announced a training video available on its website. The video highlights the differences in fit between the ladies, juniors and girls styles.
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.
Philadelphia-based Bodek and Rhodes, one of the leading wholesalers of imprintable activewear, announced it will include four new brands of apparel in its 2010 catalog, to be released in November, in advance of new year promotions programs. Bodek and Rhodes will offer a total of 38 brands, once the new brands are introduced.
FROM THEIR INCEPTION as appropriate-for-daytime-wear wardrobe standby (or inappropriate, depending on who’s doing the judging), T-shirts have been the put-upon younger brother of the apparel clan. Slacker. Underachiever. Slob. Uniform of the basement-dwelling video-game player, or worse, the go-to garment for sweaty work outside or on a treadmill. Yet, in the last 10 years or so, there’s been a bit of a shake-up in the hierarchy. T-shirts grew up. In fact, they became king. In an effort to emanate a more offbeat vibe, many designers began adding them to their collections, emblazoned with rock-and-roll icons and/or ironic witticisms. Likewise, in a nod toward
S&S Activewear, based in Bolingbrook, Ill., a national distributor of imprintable sportswear, enters its landmark 20th year in business in 2008 with the release of the largest and most diverse catalog in its history. The S&S Activewear 2008 Collection contains 384 pages of 1,400 styles from 58 top brands. Among the highlights are expanded offerings in organic and sustainable apparel from several brands. In addition, the catalog cover is printed on TerraSkin, a tree-free paper made from stone. Because it is a fiberless material, TerraSkin uses 20 to 30 percent less ink than conventional papers, and is extremely strong. The following eight brands are