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Alta Gracia today announced a partnership with Dallas Cowboys Merchandising
06 / 12 / 2017

Alta Gracia, based in Spartanburg, SC and a leader in ethically produced apparel, today announced a partnership with Dallas Cowboys Merchandising, Ltd. and 289c Apparel, Ltd. to develop a new line of garment dyed T-shirts. The line will be available this fall where Dallas Cowboys fan apparel is sold.
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Barnes & Nobles College Helps Change Lives
08 / 12 / 2013

Doing business ethically pays off. "Last year, the single, largest selling item in our stores was the Alta Gracia rolled t-shirt. We were willing to pay a little more for it than other marketplace rolled tee options, so that we could tell an important story about giving back," explained Friedman.
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A Thread of Hope
11 / 12 / 2012

By: Jacob Kushner At a factory in Latin America, workers are sewing UW apparel, providing for their families, and spreading hope that the global textile industry can change.
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From the factory to the gridiron
09 / 25 / 2012

"I can attest that student solidarity through buying Alta Gracia apparel is having an incredible impact on the community where Alta Gracia's factory is located in the Dominican Republic."
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Fordham Expands Its Alta Gracia Clothing Line
09 / 26 / 2012

The Fordham University Bookstore has recently strengthened its relationship with the college apparel manufacturer, Alta Gracia, through its purchase of over 1,500 units of clothing from the vendor, Alta Gracia is not just a typical collegiate clothing manufacturer, as it is considered "a pioneer in ending the use of poverty-wage sweatshops," according to BNC News.
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NSW hosts US ethical manufacturing leader
02 / 03 / 2012

Invest in Australia - March 26, 2012. The NSW Government is partnering with the United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney to host one of Americaís most successful ethical manufacturing leaders, Knights Apparel CEO Joe Bozich, Deputy Premier and Minister for Trade & investment Andrew Stoner said today.
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Buy This Product
02 / 09 / 2011
TIME By Joe Kline July 18, 2010 - What's the opposite of a boycott...a buycott, perhaps? In any case, the New York Times reports on the noble effort of Knights Apparel to pay a living wage at its factory in the Dominican Republic. Knights manufactures college logo gear and the living wage is expected to raise the price of its t-shirts into the range of premium products like Nike. But you can handle that, right? Wouldn't it be a great thing if all you high-minded students out there--and even some slackers with a sense of justice--supported the Dominican people and bought this product?
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Factory Defies Sweatshop Label, But Can It Thrive?
02 / 27 / 2012
The New York Times - By Steven Greenhouse - July 17, 2010 SITTING in her tiny living room here, Santa Castillo beams about the new house that she and her husband are building directly behind the wooden shack where they now live.
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