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Just-in-time apparel manufacturing system by Dig-It
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Dec '11
Dig-It Underground Inc. announced that its wholly owned subsidiary Get Down Art has just developed a just-in-time apparel manufacturing system. This will allow the company the ability to create apparel with lower order quantities and minimal capital investment. This state of art system will allow us to manufacture low minimum quantities to assist in sales trends and on-line sales initiatives.

Brandon Donofrio, President of Dig-It Underground Inc., stated, "We are very excited about the new system. The new just-in-time apparel manufacturing system will allow us to expand our Sin City Kitty and other apparel lines with low capital investment. It will also allow us to test market designs without having to commit to large inventory investments while giving many more designs for consumers to purchase."

"This system will allow us to virtually receive an order in the morning and ship it by the afternoon. This will allow us to take advantage of on-line sales and increase sales in general. The company is making huge strides to build their existing brands and penetrate additional market places without large capital investments."

Get Down Art is a wholly owned subsidiary of Dig-It Underground Inc. The Las Vegas-based company specializes in apparel, branding intellectual properties, and graphic illustrations of world famous artists and brands. The company has been licensing artwork for consumer products as well as publishing open and limited edition art worldwide for 6 years.

Get Down Art currently has licensing agreements with such notables as Elvis Presley Enterprises, the Bob Marley Estate, and others including Stephen Fishwick, to create open editions and limited editions of the likeness of celebrities.

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