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Sassy Scrubs offers private label manufacturing services
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Mar '12
To aid in America's economic recovery, many wholesale and retail companies search for Manufacturers to create products with the coveted "Made in the USA" label. Sassy Scrubs has stepped into that arena by offering Private Label services.

In an increasingly rare opportunity for American wholesale and retail companies and industries, Sassy Scrubs (a United States based manufacturer of custom medical scrub uniforms and chef's clothing) announced that it is now offering private label manufacturing services. This new service offers to meet the need of producers wishing to present a coveted "Made in the USA" label for their goods.

"With American manufacturers diminishingly rapidly, and garment manufacturers in particular approaching extinction, we know our expertise in this market is highly sought out, and valuable" states Sassy Scrubs President, Karen Bradley. "With many retailers leaving American manufacturing behind in favor of more cheaply made goods in foreign locales, the loss of American quality in the consumer products available in the USA has become obvious" Bradley continues. To counteract this erosion of quality, Sassy Scrubs has decided to accept contracts for selected products which can be produced in their Upstate New York shop.

Since only products created from American raw materials, and put together in an American production facility or factory can be legally tagged "Made In America", the valuable USA distinction can be difficult, if not nearly impossible, to claim in today's economy. With US manufacturing facilities on the decline and the number of available options few, many producers have nearly given up hope of finding a reputable, quality United States manufacturer for their goods. With Sassy Scrubs offering their assistance, hope may be restored for select producers; gaining American respectability, quality and service once again.

With decades of experience in apparel manufacturing, as well as experience producing flat goods, tote bags, purses and other fabric-based goods, this USA based company offers that elusive and coveted "Made In The USA" label to contracting partners. The company has the ability to cut and sew, as well as to package and store and ship select products - all valuable services for their clients.

"Our employees are our neighbors. They were all born right here in this area and grew up here, attending local schools and colleges, and they pay for the same services with their taxes that we do" states Sassy Scrubs' Bradley. "When they create a garment, a wheelchair walker bag, or a wallet, our staff takes the quality of each piece personally, knowing that our product is representing our American quality, as well as our local heritage of quilt- and suit-making." Sassy Scrubs is located in the beautiful Finger Lakes Region of New York State. Their community has a rich Dutch heritage, including a large number of Mennonite and Amish communities, who are known for their spectacular quilting and sewing skills.

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