Archive for: June, 2015


The St. Louis Cardinals Are on a Winning Streak!

ST. LOUIS — After weathering two hours and 29 minutes’ worth of rain delays, the Cardinals ran their winning streak to six by finishing off a three-game sweep of the Cubs with a 4-1 win at Busch Stadium on Sunday night. The Cubs, who fell 11 1/2 games behind the National League Central leaders, have dropped five…

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Winning Streak: Where Your Apparel is as Custom as our Service

There are thousands of printing companies – literally thousands!  Some factories focus on high volume; others may only specialize in specific types of apparel.  Other printers are great at getting business, but have to rely on outside vendors, from apparel-makers to designers, for each step of the process to fulfill an order.  A lot can…

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Famous Father-Son Duos in the Wide World of Sports

The passing of Father’s Day makes us at Winning Streak a little sentimental. As we get older, and make the transition from sons to fathers, we reflect on all the great things our dads have done for us; particularly in the area of sports. Many fathers begin by coaching Little League, tossing the football around…

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The “Give and Take” of Corporate Apparel

Corporate apparel is either cool and coveted or obnoxious and on the yard sale table.  Companies in the U.S. spend $1.2 billion on logowear giveaways in the form of sponsorships and giveaways each year.  An effective brand strategy gives you a major edge in increasingly competitive markets.   Successful results have patrons, like St. Louis metro area Cardinals…

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Winning Streak’s Top Picks for Summer Stadiums

As a kid, there’s no better view of fireworks than from the bleacher seats.  Season tickets aside, going to your local ballpark is a favorite pastime of many American families.  But the summer isn’t only leisure time for school-aged kids, but for adult “kids” too.  The best part of growing up is being able to…

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Get Your Money’s Worth With Winning Streak’s Auction Ideas

Fundraisers are the lifeblood of any organization, public or private, large or small.  But it’s hard to figure out a way to make the most money, in a short amount of time with the most efficient use of resources.  If you’re reading this and nodding your head in agreement, then you must have called yourself Chairman at…

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What Does a Winner Look Like? The Psychology of Team Uniform Colors

While school is almost over, that doesn’t mean we don’t have time for a quick lesson in psychology . . . Sports Psychology to be exact. The University of North Carolina – Asheville set out to investigate the potential emotional connection that college athletes have with uniform colors. Fifty-nine NCAA college athletes were shown eight…

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Make Your Business Official with Corporate Apparel from Winning Streak

Starting a business means creating a to-do list longer than the Mississippi. For some, they’ve know exactly what they’ve wanted to do since the time they were 10 years old They’ve chosen the name, bought the domain and are ready to hang the sign on the storefront. And for others, it’s a daunting experience. They…

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NBA Finals Are Here; Do You Have Your Spirit Wear?

If you’re unfamiliar with the world of basketball, you might think LeBron James is a river near the route of the Tour De France. However, to millions of Cleveland natives, basketball fans and pop culture aficionados, LeBron James is all anyone can talk about. Particularly, will he or won’t he bring an NBA title back…

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Swim Season takes Embroidered Towels Out of the Bathroom

The popularity of swimming skyrocketed when Michael Phelps splashed onto the Olympic scene.  At the age of 15, he became the youngest athlete to compete in the Olympic games in 68 years.  While he didn’t win a medal in Sydney, he did get a taste for world competition. With a strict diet, an intense workout…

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