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Del Sol recognised among fastest growing US private companies
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With almost 7 million private companies in America, Del Sol can now claim they are among the fastest growing of them all, as awarded by Inc. Successful businesses such as Microsoft, Jamba Juice and Zappos.com have previously made the rankings, as well as many other successful private employer-based businesses.

“Our biggest goal has always been to spread fun and add to the magic of any vacation or summer day,” said Scott Brady, AVP of Communications for Del Sol. “We're so pleased that people enjoy our products, which has allowed us to fuel the growth we are now experiencing.”

For Del Sol, the award comes after expanding their color changing T shirts and accessories to multiple ports-of-call, airports and cruise lines – making it the number one clothing retailer in the Caribbean. Moving up 700 spots from their ranking last year, the company has experienced rapid growth that is demonstrated by their ever-expanding product line.

“We're regularly thinking of new ways we can bring our unique products to consumers around the world,” said Brady. “It's amazing to see how much we've grown, as is evidenced by our latest Inc. ranking. The fun is contagious.”

Established in 1994, Del Sol combined science and sunshine to create the world's first T-shirt that changes color in sunlight. Since then, the company has grown to become the world's largest retailer of merchandise that changes color in the sun, and the Caribbean's largest clothing retailer. Mastering the ability to market on cruise ships and to open anchor stores in popular ports-of-call and airports, Del Sol has achieved a retail seniority status and is one of the most highly promoted merchants on board Royal Caribbean, Carnival, Princess, Disney, Celebrity and Norwegian Cruise Lines.

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