by Ryan Shell
It’s no secret that apparel can be produced at a lower cost outside of the United States. But quotes such as the one below make us even prouder to know that The Home T is 100% American made, and that our manufacturing partners provide good working conditions for their employees.
“Seven garment workers died, six were hospitalized, and more than 50 received first aid after a fire at the Smart Export garment factory in Bangladesh on Saturday, The Wall Street Journal writes. The factory was said to produce clothing for several labels” via The Cut.
From our home to yours, we hope you share in the appreciation of knowing the shirt you purchase from us was made in a safe working environment, and that everyone involved was paid a fare wage.
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