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Ryonet Corp. Names Madeira USA Preferred Supplier in its Ryonet Plus Membership Program

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Madeira USA President Shirley Clark recently announced her decision to partner with Ryonet Corporation in a program that is to be launched by Ryonet. Assigned the name, Ryonet Plus Membership, the program provides Ryonet customers with savings that range from special product pricing to reductions in shipping. In addition, Preferred Suppliers are chosen by Ryonet, in order to offer their members additional perks.

Madeira USA President Shirley Clark recently announced her decision to partner with Ryonet Corporation in a program that is to be launched by Ryonet. Assigned the name, Ryonet Plus Membership, the program provides Ryonet customers with savings that range from special product pricing to reductions in shipping. In addition, Preferred Suppliers are chosen by Ryonet, in order to offer their members additional perks. According to Clark, “We were very flattered to be chosen as the sole embroidery supplier to keep up with the embroidery demands of Ryonet’s customer base of screen printers. While we know that embroiderers’ often add DTG or other desktop printing capabilities to their shops, we are also aware of the interest on the screen printing side, to add embroidery.”

 

The invitation to Madeira USA came from Jared Hoch, Vice President of Business Development at the Ryonet Corporation. Hoch explains, “Since we want to provide the best of the best for our customers, Madeira’s reputation in the marketplace made it obvious which embroidery supplier we should approach. The quality of product, selection of services and level of customer support at Madeira USA made them an obvious choice for our customers. They are used to those high corporate performance levels, and it is our duty to maintain that level of professionalism in everything we offer.”

 

While Madeira USA has been in operation as the U.S. distributor for Madeira thread and E-Zee Backing & Topping® for 30 years, Madeira thread has been manufactured for nearly 100, and has become, over the years, the choice of embroiderers world wide. For over a decade, Ryonet Corporation has grown to become a leader in selling quality screen printing equipment and supplies, as well as providing educational opportunities for those who are interested in screen printing. The vast array of merchandise available on their website consists of a wide selection of items needed to screen print, including screen printing equipment, chemicals, ink, squeegees and direct to garment (DTG) printers.

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The unique story of Ryonet began when the founder of the company, Ryan Moor, needed shirts for his band. With help from one of his former high school teachers, he taught himself how to screen print shirts (which he did in his mother’s kitchen), and even build some of his own equipment! When other people started asking Moor where they could find equipment, and for help with learning how to screen print, he realized the business opportunity in front of him. Moor started by selling his equipment online and by 2004, his business expanded to the point where he created his own website. The business has only continued to grow to this day, moving to bigger buildings and hiring more employees, all because Ryan Moor recognized the need for a website with both screen printing supplies, and education on how to screen print.

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