Enjoy the Afternoon
January 20, 2010

PremiumWear-- Jockey Ladies’ Heather Rib Tunic
Relax in the comfortable Jockey Ladies' Heather Rib Tunic from PremiumWear. The 55 percent pima cotton/45 percent polyester tunic is treated with an enzyme wash for extra softness. It has a self-fabric banded stand-up collar, narrow V-neck with self-fabric facing; set-in, hemmed sleeves and an even-bottom hem with extended size vents.

Rivers End Trading Company to Add Page & Tuttle and Forsyth
December 16, 2009

On Friday December 11, 2009 River’s End Trading Company, Hopkins Minn., signed a letter of intent to acquire the rights to Page & Tuttle and license the Forsyth brand for the promotional products and golf industry in the United States.

A Sweater for All Seasons
November 5, 2009

S&S Activewear—Jockey Ladies' Fine Gauge V-neck Sweater with Woven Collar and Cuffs
The best feature of this fine gauge V-neck sweater by S&S Activewear is the all-in-one look of the poplin collar and cuffs. The sweater features a V-neck, and ¾ length sleeves that can take wearers through many different seasons. The collar and cuffs are of a cotton polyester blend and allow wearers the convenience of having two shirts in one. The stitched hem adds just the right amount of detail for a classic look.

Callaway Golf and Perry Ellis International to Join Forces
July 2, 2009

Carlsbad, California-based Callaway Golf recently announced it has reached an agreement with Miami-based Perry Ellis International to design, manufacture and distribute Callaway golf and sportswear apparel in the U.S., Canada, Latin America and the Caribbean.

River's End Trading Company Welcomes Mike Jamieson
June 23, 2009

Minneapolis-based River's End Trading Company announced Mike Jamieson has joined the company as the new regional sales representative for Iowa, South Dakota and Nebraska. Jamieson is a veteran to the promotional products industry,

Ode to a Sweater
June 4, 2009

PremiumWear—Jockey Ladies' Noveau Classic 3/4-sleeve Cardigan: This cardigan just makes me want to point and say, "pretty" like a three-year-old. I can't help it. From its sleeves to its buttons to its length—it hits all the right notes for an unexpected, yet point-perfect corporate promotion. It can be worn open over a buttondown shirt, or closed over a T-shirt or camisole. It can go from season to season, whether as a light cover up in the in-between times. And in gorgeous cranberry, it will flatter any skin tone, even in the sunless depths of December.
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Fashion Sense and Sensibility
May 19, 2009

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.