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Where Style Meets School Spirit | Holloway Sportswear

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Where Style Meets School Spirit

It is time to think differently. It is time to push the limits. It is time to give your customer exactly what they want.

Our business depends on the ability to relate to the younger demographic. As adults, our taste is often very different from what our customer desires. This statement rings true when it comes to selling to the teenage girl.

You have a unique opportunity with Holloway to bridge the gap between Fanwear and fashion, and the customer response can be ravenous. Fulfill an ever-growing demand in an ever-expanding market with the Juniors’ Fanwear collection.

Our 2013/14 Juniors’ Fanwear collection is soft to the touch with vintage accents. Premium tri-blend material offers quality and easy-care. Promote these pieces to your clients today and watch sales grow.

Shop Our Brand New Fanwear Here


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3 Comments

  1. We purchased your Fusion shirts and our heat press is leaving a square heat press mark on the shirts when applying transfers. Do you have a solution for this?

    1. Jennifer Nixon

      Hi Leslie – We are checking with our experts and will be back to you when we get an answer.

      Thanks!

      1. Jennifer Nixon

        Our VP of Operations suggests the following:
        The variables that affect press marks are temperature, pressure, dwell time and the covering on the platen (board the shirt is pulled over). Testing the durability of the heat transfer at the lowest temperature, pressure and dwell time to determine the lowest settings that give adequate durability are the step to take to attempt to avoid press marks. Having a soft, foam covering on the platen is often successful too.

        I hope this helps. If you have any other questions or concerns, please let us know. Thanks again!

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