Archive for: October, 2015

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Our Love Affair with Athletic Wear

Imagine it’s Friday.  You get up early in the morning to face the last day of the week. You shower, wash your hair, put on your clothes on, grab a coffee and out the door. Each day as routine as the last; each outfit as forgettable as the one before.  Even though you’re too old…

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Our Love Affair with Athletic Wear

Imagine it’s Friday.  You get up early in the morning to face the last day of the week. You shower, wash your hair, put on your clothes on, grab a coffee and out the door. Each day as routine as the last; each outfit as forgettable as the one before.  Even though you’re too old…

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St. Louis Aces Pitch for the Cure

One of the biggest goals we have for our children is to teach them to be charitable; to take care of others. But for kids, it can be difficult to give to others when you don’t have the resources. No job, no car, and no clue where to start. So it’s our duty, as parents,…

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Winning Streak: A Sustainable Business for Over a Decade

There are over 1,000 manufacturers of clothing in the United States at this time.  Some of the top athletic brands like, Adidas and Rawlings to name a few, bring in approximately $19 billion annually; within the global landscape these types of businesses make hundreds of billions of dollars each year.The variation in revenue can depend on a…

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What if America Didn’t Fund Sports?

High school sports programs are at risk as school budgets are cut and the high school dropout rate remains steady.  When resources are scarce, the first to experience discomfort or near destruction are the arts and sports. Both are deemed “unimportant” or “secondary” to math, science, and english. On both the professional and amatuer level,…

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Best Sports Rivalries by Winning Streak

Recently the St. Louis Cardinals played the Chicago Cubs in the NLDS post-season playoffs. This matchup was history for a couple reasons: 1) The Cubs haven’t made the playoffs in over a decade.  2) The Cubs haven’t won a World Series championships in over 100 years.  3)  The Cardinals beat the Cubs more times in…

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Rally Your Student Body with Custom Towels

There’s nothing like your favorite team making it to the playoffs in October. The sights,  the sounds -beer and hotdogs vendors yelling out requests.  The rest of Cardinal nation drenched in red custom apparel.  Lucky team jerseys displayed proudly while rally towels whirl in the air. Clutch players are made when the cards are stacked against them.  What seems…

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Adidas Warm Ups are Never Out of Style

What’s old is new again.  Call it upcycling or call it recycling, but no matter which way you look at it retro is here to stay.  And there’s no time like October to make that point more obvious.  Athletic wear and custom apparel has been at the forefront of street fashion.  Wild patterns and bright colors have…

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October Has Us Seeing Pink

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  As cancer is on the rise in the United States, cancer is the second leading cause of death in women.  In recent years we have seen a gradual reduction in female breast cancer incidence rates among women aged 50 and older. Death rates from breast cancer have been…

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A Tribute to Yogi Berra

Last week it was announced that baseball legend and native St. Louisian, Yogi Berra died at the age of 90.  Berra was a bright personality amongst baseball Hall of Famers; known equally for his contradictory quotes as he was for his plays on the field.  Winning Streak would like to take this moment to pay homage to…

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