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J. Mack Studios expands Westerly operations

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WESTERLY — J. Mack Studios, a professional design and print team that offers businesses across New England and New York customized T-shirt printing, apparel and promotional products, has expanded operations with the purchase of a new building at 101 Cross St.

The company has continued to grow at a steady pace since opening as a small screen printing operation in 2002. It provides companies and organizations experienced direction with their apparel, promotional and fundraising needs, as well as producing staff uniforms, promo T-shirts, trade-show giveaways, apparel and products for school/alumni fundraisers, and more.

“We can help customers find the right garment for their needs and determine what garment works best with their logo,” said owner Kevin Adams, of Westerly. “We can also design logos, give advice about promotional items, and walk people through the screen-printing-versus-embroidery decision.”

Adams named the company after his family by using the first letter of each member’s name: Jack, his son; Mary, his wife; his two daughters, Annette and Clare; and himself, Kevin. “That equals ‘J. Mack,’” said Adams.

J. Mack Studios is on Facebook and invites interested people to “like” the company and to drop by the new location.

Call 401-932-8600 for more information or e-mail kevin@jmackstudios.com.



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