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Mill Direct Textiles offers Full Roll family of Polartec
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Jun '10
Mill Direct Textiles have acquired an extremely large variety of genuine Polartec, made in U.S.A, full roll products, that we are able to pass along at unheard of prices. This is the same brand and products that we usually wholesale, but at a ridiculously low cost per yard! If you stock full rolls of Polartec fleece, and you are able to take advantage of this windfall purchase, then read on and save yourself a bundle of bucks!

It was such a great deal that we couldn't pass it up! We just raised our hand and bought every roll! Now, it has been delivered and our warehouse is literally full to the rafters.

This is a FULL ROLL sale only. Sale products are limited to those listed. Rain checks are not possible. This pricing is being offered to thousands of our customers world wide. Many products will sell out quickly. Our website does not update in real time, therefore, during high volume selling, it may show some depleted products. Expect slower shipping during the sale due to increased workload. Sale rolls can not be cut. Identical rolls of slightly different length (~15%) may be substituted. Sale ends Wednesday, June 30, 2010 at midnight.

We work directly with Polartec LLC in Lawrence, Massachusetts and can, therefore, offer you the full family of Polartec fabrics—known for their quality and as the most technically advanced outerwear products in the marketplace.

We are a newly formed company made up entirely of former employees of the Malden Mills Retail Store. All of us are also former employees of the Mill and have a vast experience with the fabrics we are selling. We are eager to help you find the right fabrics for your needs.

Mill Direct Textiles

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