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Teambeater unveils collegiate licensed apparel
Jan '13
At the newly launched Teambeater website, users can customize Collegiate Licensed Apparel that is made in the USA from start to finish. Teambeater is currently adding designs and will continue to add and update its design library as well as apparel options to offer users multiple options in the creation of customized apparel.

“Although there are many choices for Collegiate Licensed Apparel, most don’t offer the ability to customize product offerings,” said Team Beater President Gary Remo. We felt there was a market for made in the USA Apparel and Collegiate Licensed Apparel Customization and decided to give people both.

Teambeaterintends to offer more than normal consumer retail options. Having designed an easy to use website that enables people to choose apparel products, designs, color choices, and even weathered (distressed) effects, Team Beater plans on challenging old ideas with cutting edge new ones.

Team Beater plans on increasing the number of collegiate offerings in the near future, and is currently licensed with the following colleges. Alabama State University, Baylor University, Cal State Fullerton, Cal State Long Beach, Colorado College, University of Central Arkansas, University of Houston, University of Illinois at Chicago, UNLV, Dallas Baptist, Eastern Kentucky, Indiana State, Mississippi State, Morehead State, Seton Hall, Southeastern Louisiana, Valparaiso, Western Carolina, Western Illinois, and Xavier.


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