Here are a few examples of what might get your company in the news.
New equipment: A company installed the largest screen printing press at its plant which is capable of printing 700 shirts per hour, the 14-color press will to keep up with orders for its growing line of T-shirts distributed throughout the area.
New technology: A company fired up its new direct-to-garment digital printer, the only one of its kind in service in city. Using the latest digital graphic technology, the device can print full-color graphics and photographs on apparel in less than two minutes.
New location or expansion: A company moved into its new 40,000 square-foot facility in new location upon certification by city inspectors last month. The company doubled its sales during the past two years and the new building will accommodate their projected growth for the next five-seven years.”
A Big Deal: A company which got an order of 22,000 T-shirts to village captains of the two political parties which merged for the election. The firm also provided tens of thousands of key rings, pens, and buttons that showed the logo of the merged parties.
Employee Promotion: A company has promoted one of its employee to Embroidery Production Manager who has worked at the firm for seven years, beginning her career there as a quality control technician and then becoming an embroidery technician.
Plant Tour: A company welcomed students to tour its screen printing and embroidery plant and see T-shirts being printed and baseball caps being embroidered for sailors stationed at the submarine base.
Presentation: The female owner of an apparel company was the featured speaker at the Rotary Club’s weekly breakfast meeting on Tuesday, explaining about how her business moved from the dining room table to her garage to her new shop within two years.
Event: An apparel company welcomed more than 300 attendees to its facility as host of the Chamber of Commerce’s edition of its monthly Chamber-After-Hours Mixer.