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Ryonet and Partners Launch Allmade Apparel

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Ryonet and a group of 10 founding partners have launched Allmade Apparel, a blank T-shirt brand crafted from sustainably sourced materials and founded to benefit orphans around the world.

Ryonet and a group of 10 founding partners have launched Allmade Apparel, a blank T-shirt brand crafted from sustainably sourced materials and founded to benefit orphans around the world.

The project began when Zac McCarthy of Go Exchange, a division of the Global Orphan Project, approached Ryan Moor, CEO and founder of Ryonet, at an  industry tradeshow. McCarthy was looking for a partner for his T-shirt initiative benefitting orphans around the globe. “Wow – a T-shirt that could change the world before it even was printed,” Moor says of his initial reaction. Another goal of the initiative was to pay Haitian workers a livable wage.

The brand has now launched an Indiegogo campaign to raise funds for an initial production run of 67,000. The cotton and tri-blend shirts are produced with American-grown cotton, polyester made from recycled bottles, and modal (a sustainable alternative to rayon). They will be sewn in a Haitian factory where workers are paid five times the national average. Proceeds benefit the Global Orphan Project.

Patrons can claim a number of “perks” in return for their donations, including blank and screen-printed shirts, screen printing course discounts, a “screen printer for a day” experience, a trip to Haiti, and the opportunity to name an Allmade shirt color. Allmade expects to begin shipping products in May 2017.

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Allmade partners include Barrel Maker Printing, Pirate Ninja Printshop, Superior Ink Printing, Nothing Too Fancy, Printed Threads, Maui Screen Printing, SandiLake Clothing, Denver Print House, and Synergy Media.

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