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Global Scarves named as new scarf supplier of Soccer Post
08
Jan '13
In an endless search to always be different, Soccer Post D.C. is proud to announce their new venture into the custom scarf world with Global Scarves from the UK. Scarves are an essential for all soccer fans out there.

They can be worn on a cold day, pinned up on a wall or held up in the air at a soccer match in support of a team. No other sport in world has harnessed the importance of a scarf as much as soccer.

Soccer Post D.C. will introduce custom scarves to their already big catalog of spirit wear items for each club. Many soccer clubs have t-shirts, beanies and sweatshirts, but very few have their own club scarf.

General Manager of Soccer Post D.C., Eric Barden, said, "All we need from the soccer club, are its logo and colors. Within about 2 weeks, the scarves can be in their hands." Global Scarves creates several designs after the logo and colors have been established to give the customer options. People have different tastes of style and Global Scarves has an awareness of what is out there.

Global Scarves has a simple and cost-effective process. The design possibilities are endless between Global Scarves and the customer. As part of Global Scarves commitment in standing behind their product, they have a 10 year warranty on all their custom scarves.

They are confident in the quality after having made hundreds of thousands of scarves in their own UK factory since 2005. Great price, quick turnaround and superb quality is what drives Global Scarves above its competitors.

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