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Ethical Clothing Australia accredits Game clothing label
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Mar '13
Ethical Clothing Australia is proud to announce that Game Clothing was officially accredited on March 21st.

Starting producing clothes for Netball 20 years ago, Game Clothing’s range hasn’t stopped growing ever since. 

This Brisbane-based (QLD) family sport manufacturer makes sport clothes for universities, sport clubs and schools, from AFL to cricket to rugby league and more.

“While most sports garments are made offshore, it is great to see an Australian family sport company committed to manufacturing locally and affirming its ethical approach by seeking accreditation”, says Simon McRae.

“We are very happy to have a sport manufacturer such as Game Clothing among our accredited businesses” he adds.

For Game Clothing, the accreditation by Ethical Clothing Australia was a logical step to take. “Being Australian made and now accredited by Ethical Clothing Australia is at the heart of Game Clothing.

We believe that by keeping the design, printing, cutting and assembly in-house, we can always guarantee delivery of high quality products on time.”

About Ethical Clothing Australia

Ethical Clothing Australia is a joint employer–union initiative in the Textile, Clothing and Footwear industry. It is governed by an independent and not-for-profit committee with representation from major stakeholders of the sector.

Ethical Clothing Australia assists businesses through the accreditation process which ensures legal compliance to prevent the exploitation of workers throughout their Australian manufacturing supply chain.

Today, over 80 businesses are accredited with Ethical Clothing Australia, from school wear uniform suppliers and footwear manufacturers to high end fashion labels.

Ethical Clothing Australia

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