As part of its “A Canvas for Good” initiative highlighting its belief that “business is personal,” SanMar last month held a fundraiser for Virginia Mason Hospital’s Bailey-Boushay House in Seattle. Employees raised $130,000 through a two-week charitable giving event...
SanMar Corporation, a supplier of apparel and accessories, recently announced more than 95 new styles to drive a new year of sales for customers.
AIA Corporation, Neenah, Wis., honored suppliers at its National Sales Summit in Orlando, Fla.
SanMar launched its fall new product line. The latest collection includes 130 new styles, including a refresh of the Precious Cargo line for infants and toddlers.
Commissioners of the Consumer Product Safety Commission, old and new, are in print this week. While style and subject are in stark contrast, both are worth a read.
SanMar celebrates the 20th anniversary of Port Authority, which was launched in 1994, with a video about the early days of the line.
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We've written in this space before about the unique challenges faced by a product when a celebrity endorser goes off the rails. Now, as Jessica Alba's Earth-friendly Honest Company is just about to launch in Target stores, there are new reports that some products imported by the company from China have been previously blocked by the FDA as unsafe.
When I worked in the corporate world, I worked for a Fortune Global 500 company. When it came to sourcing brand merchandise, protecting the corporate image by mitigating damage from an unsafe promotional product was the only way to do business. At the time, at least in my mind, safety was pretty much a black or white issue. It was either safe, or it wasn't. Since then, I've come to understand that product safety is more like a thermometer.
With 30 new styles for him and her, the District lineup is designed to expand the fashion basics.