saintsumatra wrote:Well if you can't find a reasonable US maker then why not look North...Gildan tees are better than these "Canvas Bellas!"
Make note of who purchased AA in my previously linked NY Post article ...
"American Apparel had employed more than 6,000 workers in several factories in Los Angeles — before they were laid off in January."
As the shirt.woot blog/discussion thread post cited, "... sourcing a domestic partner who makes blank tees in the quantities we need has proven well nigh impossible." At the very least, a good number of the Bella/Canvas shirts currently being used the are USA made or uses US components (aka fabric and thread; the FTC has strict verbiage on what can constitute US sourced and not, which I won't get into here). Not all, but at least using US materials is better than none at all.
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