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Sew Cal Logo expands in-house production facilities

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Nov '05
Sew Cal Logo Inc, Southern California-based film wardrobe, hat and surf wear manufacturing company, announced that it has reorganized its growing in-house production facilities and added new state-of-the-art embroidery equipment.

Sew Cal Logo has entered a new growth phase, expanding its current business and operations while preparing for its biggest launch ever. The capacity expansion is in preparation for the pending release of a new branded line of sports and surf wear.

It also facilitates on time delivery of its increasing private label bookings, and it is paving the way for added services to the movie and entertainment business. Such a move is in keeping with the Sew Cal philosophy of providing top quality Made in the USA products to its existing clientele and growing markets.

Sew Cal Logo Inc domestically produces custom film wardrobe, headwear, sportswear, and related corporate identification apparel. Original product, brand, and logo designs are available through an in-house full-service design center.

Current clientele include Fortune 500 Companies, major motion picture and television studios, as well as numerous major surf and skate brand manufacturers. The Company is firmly rooted in cutting edge "California Life Style" and action-sports-driven endeavors.

Sew Cal Logo Inc


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