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Wholesale Accessory Market expands & rebrands to eWAM
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Jul '14
Wholesale Accessory Market, previously only making their products available to wholesalers, have expanded into the retail market. In addition, they have rebranded themselves as eWAM and are now accepting individual orders.
 
EWAM sells clothing and accessories for women. Accessories include sunglasses, fashion headwear, headbands, hairbows, scarves, license plates, cell phone accessories, coin purses, keychains, nail accessories, umbrellas, vinyl monograms, wall art, car decals, badge reels, lanyards, jewelry, and ribbon. Clothing includes decorated relaxed tees and tanks, fitted tees, jerseys, sweatshirts, youth tees, and blank apparel that can be personalized with vinyl or other DIY supplies.
 
EWAM is constantly updating their inventory of over 10,000 items to keep up with the latest trends. These updates, along with any deals, can be found on their social media sites, including Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and Google+. They also feature their products, fashion tips, ideas, recipes, and extras on their blog. They also offer coupons to members on their website.
 
EWAM started back in 2000 by a husband and wife team, the Ropers. They began the business in their one-car garage, purchasing and reselling their products.  From those humble beginnings, the business grew out of their garage into their parents' basement, and then into an actual warehouse. They began strictly as wholesalers and grew into one of the largest fashion accessory wholesalers in the United States, shipping to over 1,500 fashion boutiques, salons, and several self-employed independent distributors in every state.
 
EWAM does not focus on high fashion, but tries to only sell everyday accessories that will stay in fashion for a long time. On top of their fashion products, their inspirational gift lines have become very popular. Their personalization department takes small and large orders and can personalize clothing with anything from vinyl and rhinestones to monogram laser applique and embroidery. Special orders are also welcome.
 

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