FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Vapor Apparel Announces Sublimateable Singlets;
Performance Focused Runners Rejoice!
Charleston, South Carolina August 16th, 2005
Today, Source Substrates announces the availability of The Vapor Micro Singlet,
for the performance minded runner and athletic event planners to enjoy. The
Vapor Micro Singlet is available in both a ladies and men’s styles and
represents the sublimation shirt designed specifically for the needs of the
“Vapor will always stay true to the performance market.” says Jackson Burnett,
President of SourceSubstrates. “Runners love wicking shirts and they love
Singlets. Our customers should enjoy the ability to offer the running world
something truly special. High quality, full color customization is perfect for
the running market. The feedback from several fun-run and 10K tests have been
The Vapor Micro Singlet will be available in both men’s and ladies style. Ladies
sizes will run from XS to XL and Men’s styles will be available in S through XL.
“We think this offers sublimators a competitive advantage going up against the
regular cotton 10K shirt.” says Burnett. “At a bare minimum our customers can
differentiate themselves with wicking technology and full color customization.”
Both styles will have case pricing below $7.00 per unit, offering an excellent
profit opportunity to the decorator.
The Singlets will be available for shipment by August 15th, 2005 and will be on
display at NBM Charlotte, and ISS Atlanta, SGIA New Orleans and ISS Ft. Worth.
SourceSubstrates specializes in the value-added sourcing of blank performance
apparel and fabric Imprintables for the sublimation, screen-printing, and
embroidery industries. The company markets the Vapor Apparel brand exclusively
through its distribution partners. SourceSubstrates has over 75 collective years
of experience in the sublimation, screen-printing, and textile industries. The
company s unique network of manufacturing and logistics partners offers a
competitive advantage to our customers. SourceSubstrates is headquartered in
Charleston, South Carolina. More information is available at