Apparel and Sporting Goods

Broder Bros. Launches New 2011 Teamwear Catalog

by Donna M. Airoldi | May 02, 2011
The large distributor of trade, private label, and retail apparel brands to the imprinting, embroidery, and promotional product industries has released its 2011 catalog.

Tumi Introduces Its First Sunglasses Collection

by Donna M. Airoldi | April 19, 2011
The new Traverso Collection includes a 17-piece eyewear line featuring premium Carl Zeiss lenses.

Gaiam Balance Ball Chair, Ideal for Work and Working Out

by Donna M. Airoldi | April 04, 2011
The product, available at Rymax, uses a patented design to help improve spinal alignment and reduce nerve compression, whether used at home or in the office.

Chick on the Go: Channels Multiples from the 1980s

by Donna M. Airoldi | March 08, 2011
Newly launched Chick on the Go is a five-piece wardrobe that can be combined to create 25 different stylish outfits.

DreamSacks Rebrands as Yala With Focus on Organic, Sustainable Fabrics

by Donna M. Airoldi | February 22, 2011
The move recognizes its new business model and growth, and commitment to using only sustainable fabrics and business practices.

Top Brands Adds New Kitchen, Sporting Lines

by Donna M. Airoldi | August 24, 2010

Recognition and rewards merchandise provider Top Brands has three new product partners—Sunbeam, Triumph Sports USA, and Rush Creek—with a range of price points to meet just about any incentive program.

Improve Your Golf Game Indoors and Out

by Donna M. Airoldi | August 10, 2010
Miniature golf isn't just for entertainment anymore. The My Mini Golf, found in both pro shops and toy stores to build skills and to have fun, is now available in the United States for inclusion in recognition and reward programs.

Suunto Heart Monitors Keep Health Programs on Track

by Donna M. Airoldi | June 29, 2010
Suunto's new M-Series heart rate monitors. which look like regular watches -- and can be worn as such -- provide a slew of information in an easy-to-use set-up, telling users when to train, how long to train for and how hard to train.