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What is the definition of GSM when looking for specific fabric?

What is the definition of GSM when looking for specific fabric?   You’ve heard of a 50/50 or a 80/20 t-shirt. 50/50 means 50% cotton and 50% polyester or 80% cotton and 20% polyester, but have you ever seen the gsm listed and wondered what that meant? Simply put; that’s the weight of the fabric. […]

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Wearable NFC Technology – Make payments with a flick of your wrist using

No NFC doesn’t stand for National Football Conference. But it does stand for something new and COOL. Wearable Technology. This is an introductory article into the world of NFC. No I’m not going to review  fitness tracking devices, Google with Google Glass, the Pebble Smartwatch, the Italian I.AM watch, UPS Jawbone….and the list goes on. […]

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Mike West Joins Custom Apparel Source

Custom Apparel Source is proud to announce the addition of Mike West to our team. Mike has many years of experience in apparel, textiles, and non-apparel sourcing and manufacturing in The Americas. With a wide range of experience in all types of apparel and experience in dealing with catalogs, retailers, and direct to consumer merchandise, […]

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Cycling Team Reeb’s Custom t-shirts

Ringspun fashion forward t’s used for cycling team. We chose the Dark Heather Charcoal color. Check out our latest client- Cycling team, ‪#‎TeamReeb‬‘s t-shirts for this year’s 24 Hours of Booty event. BTW that’s Beer spelled backwards. We are printing t’s for mens, ladies and youth so families and friends can wear them and be […]

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Auer Agency announces the launch of Custom Apparel Source (.net) to meet the needs of our apparel clients.

Custom Apparel Source produces and creates customized apparel for the activewear industry. Auer Agency, LLC our parent company, has been the leader in apparel design and sourcing since 2002. Custom Apparel Source was created in January 2012 because of the high volume of clients looking to start their own apparel lines, but didn’t know where […]

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