On Dec. 6, 2013, Charles River Apparel announced a 3-year, $250,000 partnership with growing nonprofit Community Rowing Inc. of Brighton, Mass. The partnership will benefit several components of CRI's youth programs that include Girls Row Boston, Boys Row Boston and Let's Row Boston. Each of these programs provides avenues for athletic development and personal growth as well as introduces new rowers to the sport, offer training for competitive rowers, and supports the under-represented within rowing.
Promo Marketing extends its heartfelt sympathies to all those affected by the bombings during yesterday's Boston Marathon. Here are a selection of resources to support those impacted by Monday's events.
Charles River Apparel announced the results of its second annual holiday "'Tis the Season for Giving" campaign. The company donated over 1,400 pieces of apparel to Friends of Boston's Homeless, tripling the amount of success from last year's campaign.
New Balance, Boston, the only athletic company that still produces footwear in the United States, celebrates the unique skills of its domestic manufacturing workforce through an online video debuting today that captures a "job swap" day at their Skowhegan, Maine factory with the No. 20 Home Depot Pit Crew.
Boston-based ABnote North America will be relocating its secure plastic card production, which includes government identification and financial payment cards, from Mt. Pleasant, Tenn., consolidating it into its existing commercial card facility in Boston. Equipment and personnel will be transferred in phases to maintain the required production capacity and to help ensure a smooth transition.
Medford, Massachusetts-based Charles River Apparel, a leading manufacturer of innovative activewear, announced the company has been selected as a finalist in the mid-size business category for the Massachusetts Family Business of the Year Awards. Charles River Apparel was selected as one of the 16 finalists from more than 200 nominations.