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Rokkitwear designs high school apparel fundraising program
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May '14
Rokkitwear, an official provider of high school apparel licensed by the Licensing Resource Group and National Federation of State High School Associations, is leading the way under a new program designed to capture lost revenues for high schools and formalize the licensing of high school apparel. 
 
As the first officially licensed online spirit wear provider recognized by the NFSHA and LRG, Rokkitwear guarantees a royalty payment to each school on every sale of such school’s spirit wear. Through rokkitwear.com, the company’s state-of-the-art e-commerce storefront, Rokkitwear is helping schools, booster clubs, organizations and sports teams raise additional needed funds while managing and administering school spirit wear programs.
 
Rokkitwear offers a cutting edge, online retail e-commerce platform specifically customized and branded for each school - at no cost to the school. Under this program, schools no longer have to bear the upfront costs or efforts to purchase product for resale or manage the inventory risk of their spirit wear. 
 
Rokkitwear accepts single piece, on-demand, spirit wear orders through its online high school retail stores. With an online retail store, high school students, parents, alumni and supporters are able to shop for customizable, one-of-a-kind apparel, merchandise and sportswear from thousands of design/style combinations 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
 
Rokkitwear.com is continually expanding its selection of quality print and embroidery design options. Easily customizable, one-of-a-kind apparel items are available for all your high school spirit wear needs. Rokkitwear carries t-shirts, v-necks and athletic apparel in mens, womens and youth sizes in an array of colors and styles from comfortable basics to high performance gear.
 

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