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Beloved Shirts Goes All-American by Bringing Production to California

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PROVO, UT, July 05, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- After their first massively successful year, Beloved Shirts is moving their production to Los Angeles, California. The move will cut down on production time, giving customers a more satisfying and complete experience with the brand.

Beloved's unique business model, which employs a print-to-order style, allowed for a start with literally no initial investment. But manufacturing woes, language issues, and quality inconsistencies have led beloved to search for a manufacturer in the United States.

"After months of searching, we've finally found the solution to the one consistent issue troubling beloved," said founder and CEO Jeremiah Robison. "And I couldn't be happier that it involves moving to California."

To celebrate the 4th of July, Beloved will be kicking off the weekend with a site-wide sale, giving customers a chance to experience these shorter production times first hand.

"I really feel good about being able to say 'Made in the USA,' I think that's going to be a great thing for us," Robison said.

Beloved Shirts is an all-over print brand leading the sublimation charge in the USA. Based out of Provo, Utah, the company has done over $1.4 million USD in their first year of business and looks to more than double those numbers this year. With a strong and organic, following on instagram, the majority of their marketing efforts focus on social media.

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