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Tees For Change launches summer collection
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Jun '12
Tees For Change, producer of positive, eco friendly shirts, moves production to the United States. The company has just announced that their summer collection is made in the USA.

Tees For Change, known for their soft, eco friendly shirts, adorned with simple, positive messages has introduced their line of American Made shirts.

With messages such as Live Joyfully, Practice Kindness and Live Courageously, Tees For Change tees foster positivity, purpose, and passion. Traditionally, the company’s focus has always been on Fair Trade practices, with their tees manufactured at international facilities audited by the Fair Wear organization.

With the company’s focus on inspiring positive change, it only makes sense to support American manufacturing and job creation. Since taking ownership of Tees For Change a little over a year ago, Annmarie Peros has successfully moved production to the United States. Annmarie says “As a small business focused on inspiring change, promoting good, and giving back, it only makes sense that we manufacture our shirts in the United States. It is necessary we support the US economy and contribute to US job growth in any way we can.” Additionally, manufacturing in the United States provides more flexibility to expand the product line of eco friendly shirts as Tees For Change grows. Annmarie adds “Producing our tees in the US makes sense on so many levels including better quality control and a smaller carbon footprint.”

Moving forward, the entire Tees For Change collection will be Made in the USA. They will continue to use eco friendly fabrics focused on a blend of bamboo and organic cotton which makes the tees super soft that their current clients have grown to love. 

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