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Vantage Apparel Now Ships to Canada with FOB Toronto Service and Hires Matt Clark as Canadian National Accounts Manager
January 20, 2010

Vantage Apparel, Avenel, N.J., a leading full-service supplier of logoed apparel, announced they will begin servicing the Canadian market with FOB Toronto shipping and pricing.  The company will offer all product and decoration services including embroidery, screen printing, digital printing, laser etching, laser appliqué and sequin embroidery to Canadian distributors providing a single-source solution for the most decoration services in the industry.

A Cuff is Enough
January 6, 2010

S&S Activewear— Izod Ultra-Wicking Pima Cool Short Sleeve Sport Shirt
Look confident and feel great getting to the top of your game. The Izod Ultra-Wicking Pima Cool Short Sleeve Shirt keeps perspiration away from skin whether you are on the court, course or just out for a Sunday stroll. The shirt features three buttons embossed with the Izod logo on a clean-finished placket, taped seams with split tail and hemmed cuffs.

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.

River's End Trading Company Introduces Eco-Friendly Bag Line
July 30, 2009

Hopkins, Minnesota-based River’s End Trading Company introduced a new line of eco-friendly bags by eeBags. All eeBag products are manufactured in factories certified by the independent nonprofit, the Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production (W.R.A.P.). The entire collection reflects a conscious concern and commitment to protect our environment.

Waist Case
June 18, 2009

S&S Activewear—Van Heusen Ladies' Easy Care Wrinkle Free Royal Oxford Shirt

There's really no trick to this belt trend. There are two different ways to do it. With tunic tops (those that hang straight down from the bust), you want to "create" a waist so it doesn't look like you're in a potato sack. In these cases, cinching is OK. However, when it comes to buttondowns, make sure the shirt already skims curves. The idea here is to accent the middle. This shirt, for example, has darts on both the front and the back so there won't be any unflattering bunching or bulging.
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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.

Lower the Handicap
March 19, 2009

THE COMBINING OF sport and science is not a new trend, but it is a pairing that has been strengthening. Just a few years ago, it would seem like science fiction to hear a professional athlete had injected himself with his own previously withdrawn blood platelets in order to speed along the healing of an injured knee. In this year’s Super Bowl XLIII, however, Hines Ward did just that.

S&S Activewear Releases 2008 Catalog Marking 20 Years in Business
November 20, 2007

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

Seeing The Light Of Day
October 1, 2007

NOT TOO LONG ago, the Northwestern University women’s lacrosse team got invited to the White House. The resulting photo, which should have been a source of parental pride for years to come, soon became the stuff of media buzz legend. “You wore flip-flops to the White House?!,” proclaimed an e-mail sent to one of the four players who, while posing in the front row, was captured wearing the offending sandals. But the choice of footwear shouldn’t have surprised anyone—it’s merely a sign of the times. In general, the public’s attitude toward clothing styles has become more and more laissez-faire over the years. Suits, once a