JTP Wholesale: Fun and practical gifts like monogrammed bathroom tissue, monogrammed coasters and X-Jocks tee-shirts. The perfect gift for the person who has everything. The Keeping It Positive line of pillowcases has affirming statements for a great night’s sleep!
Designs by Beverly has new owners, Mike and Sheila Phillips. The product lines include children’s and baby clothing along with ladies and home accessories. All designs are machine washable and colorfast, and come with care instructions.
Snoozies are not socks and they are not slippers, they are sort of a crossover between the two and that is why we call them foot coverings! snoozies! are made with a brushed fleece exterior in colorful & fun printed patterns and then lined with a soft Sherpa fleece inside.
Wild Habitat: Lin Mfg & Design/Wild Habitat: Manufacturer of Socks of all kinds, Seamless Cami’s/Shorts, Bamboo Loungewear, and many other wonderful products. Our Wild Habitat Collection keeps expanding because of the demand. Every day more and more retailers are coming in contact with the our Wild Habitat Collection and can easily find something they would like to sell. We have the best custom sock program on the market and our customer service second to none. We invite you to visit our website, you will be glad to did.
Pocket Plus, which features a portable pocket that was designed to attach over your waistband and stays secure with magnets — no need for a belt or belt loops.
Manufacturing jobs have been on the minds of political candidates as well as voters during this election year. Every year in October, Gift and Home Retailer News surveys the landscape for manufacturers still producing goods in the USA. While a lot of heavy manufacturing has left our shores in search of cheaper labor, there are quite a number who continue to make things locally, and that usually translates to better quality, safety and environmental friendliness.
Channel Craft began as a one-man operation back in 1983 from the back of a step van / traveling wood shop, when president and founder Dean Helfer, Jr. drove from craft shows to folk festivals peddling his hand-crafted Boomerangs and other wooden products. As the years went on, Dean and his crew looked for a permanent spot to set up a manufacturing plant. In 1991, Dean and Channel Craft settled into an old Army Corps of Engineers building south of Pittsburgh on the banks of the Monongahela River in Charleroi, PA.