All Star Sports Outfits Greek Organizations Nationwide

All Star Sports, a custom apparel company, is expecting an increase in clothing orders from fraternities and sororities as Greek Week approaches. Between new pledges and veteran members, Greek organizations across the country look to All Star Sports for custom T shirts, hoodies, and polos.


Woodbridge, VA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 08/26/2015 --As colleges welcome freshmen and returning students, Greek organizations prepare for an influx of new pledges and a calendar packed with social events. As a leading provider of custom T shirts, All Star Sports outfits hundreds of Greek organizations throughout the United States with apparel designed to showcase Greek pride.

"It's easy to customize jerseys, hoodies, polos, and T shirts on our website with Greek lettering, which is why many Greek organizations order apparel from us during the first few weeks of the semester," says an All Star Sports representative. In addition to lettering, Greek apparel can include custom embroidery or screen printing that sets Greek clothing apart from the competition.

Fraternities and sororities participate in charity events, volunteer work, and organized sports, which is easy to prepare for when shopping with All Star Sports. Because the company offers screen printing and custom T shirts, All Star Sports has become a one-stop resource for Greek organizers seeking a dynamic selection of customizable clothing.

"We have everything from breathable sports jerseys to polos and long-sleeved shirts, which are perfect for Greek communities seeking a united look," according to an All Star Sports team member. Prior to the start of Rush Week 2015, All Star Sports has already received hundreds of orders for custom T shirts and caps customized with Greek lettering and logos.

Those interested in placing an order for custom Greek clothing are encouraged to contact All Star Sports to place an order, as the fall semester is a particularly busy ordering season.

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