Last updated: March 28. 2014 1:46PM - 1205 Views
By Michael Ullery



Sherry Heath of Piqua was one of many employees at Atlantis Sportswear, Inc. who were hard at work on Friday producing a large quanity of University of Dayton “Elite 8” sportswear. The shirts are produced under license for a number of retailers around the country. Due to licensing agreements, the shirts are not available locally. A few of the retailers who are selling the Piqua-produced shirts are the University of Dayton bookstore, Korporate Kasuals, on Brown Street in Dayton, and Cardboard Heroes at Fairfield Commons.
Sherry Heath of Piqua was one of many employees at Atlantis Sportswear, Inc. who were hard at work on Friday producing a large quanity of University of Dayton “Elite 8” sportswear. The shirts are produced under license for a number of retailers around the country. Due to licensing agreements, the shirts are not available locally. A few of the retailers who are selling the Piqua-produced shirts are the University of Dayton bookstore, Korporate Kasuals, on Brown Street in Dayton, and Cardboard Heroes at Fairfield Commons.
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Sherry Heath of Piqua was one of many employees at Atlantis Sportswear, Inc. who were hard at work on Friday producing a large quanity of University of Dayton “Elite 8” sportswear. The shirts are produced under license for a number of retailers around the country. Due to licensing agreements, the shirts are not available locally. A few of the retailers who are selling the Piqua-produced shirts are the University of Dayton bookstore, Korporate Kasuals, on Brown Street in Dayton, and Cardboard Heroes at Fairfield Commons.


Dustin Cornett of Minster was one of many employees at Atlantis Sportswear, Inc. who were hard at work on Friday producing a large quanity of University of Dayton “Elite 8” sportswear. The shirts are produced under license for a number of retailers around the country. Due to licensing agreements, the shirts are not available locally. A few of the retailers who are selling the Piqua-produced shirts are the University of Dayton bookstore, Korporate Kasuals, on Brown Street in Dayton, and Cardboard Heroes at Fairfield Commons.


 
 
 
 
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