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Custom Clothing Success Story: Boston Victim Fund Raising

Image source: Nydailynews.com On April 15, two pressure cooker bombs went off during the Boston Marathon, killing 3 people and injuring 264 others. It's been almost two months since the tragedy, but relief groups are still organizing fundraisers to help those who were affected by the tragedy.   The Hopkinton Marathon Committee has announced that it will sell t-shirts and send the proceeds to victims and their family members. The design features the Boston Marathon starting line on the front and the phrase, "With you at the start, with you at the finish, with you forever. The people of Hopkinton send love to all those impacted by the attacks of 4/15/13" on the back.   A press release from Dorothy Ferriter-Wallace of the Boston Marathon Committee reads, "The Hopkinton Marathon Committee immediately wanted to show support for the victims with the banner," she said,...

How Custom Clothing and Charities Can Boost Your Business

Image source: Dreamgreendiy.com I was watching House of Cards the other day (which is an excellent show, by the way). There's a character in the show named Remy, who's in charge of managing the assets of a multi-billion dollar company. He was trying to donate $1.5 million of the company's money to a charity. Why? Because donating that much money to a charity would do wonders for public relations.   You really can't underestimate the value of a good relationship with the public. It doesn't matter how good your product is. If people loathe your company, then they will go out of their way to shop at one of your competitors. Likewise, a company that maintains an excellent public image will earn the adoration of shoppers and ultimately lead to a boost in business.   Think of donations to charities...

Wearing Your Heart on Your Sleeve After the Sandy Hook Tragedy

[caption id="attachment_596" align="alignnone" width="565"] Image source: Greenwichtime.com[/caption] Everyone grieves in their own way. Some prefer to do it in the public venue, wearing their hearts on their sleeves for the whole world to see. It’s hardly surprising that people poured their support into Newtown, Connecticut in the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. There have been hundreds of Internet posts, posters, memorial candles, and t-shirts to commemorate the fallen. Here’s a look at how some of the people across America are expressing their sadness while supporting the families of the victims. Volleyball Players Warm Up to Newtown [caption id="attachment_597" align="aligncenter" width="403"] Image source: Facebook.com/BallWithTheLadyVols[/caption] The lady’s volleyball team at the University of Tennessee honored the children who were lost during the massacre by wearing embroidered t-shirts during the warm-up. UT players wore the school colors of the Sandy...