After their first successful year, Beloved Shirts is moving their production to Los Angeles, California. The move will cut down on production time, giving customers a more satisfying and complete experience with the brand.
Beloved’s unique business model, which employs a print-to-order style, allowed for a start with literally no initial investment. But manufacturing woes, language issues, and quality inconsistencies have led beloved to search for a manufacturer in the United States.
Beloved Shirts Moving To Los Angeles
“After months of searching, we’ve finally found the solution to the one consistent issue troubling beloved,” said founder and CEO Jeremiah Robison. “And I couldn’t be happier that it involves moving to California.”
“I really feel good about being able to say ‘Made in the USA,’ I think that’s going to be a great thing for us,” Robison said.
Beloved Shirts is an all-over print brand leading the sublimation charge in the USA. Based out of Provo, Utah, the company has done over $1.4 million USD in their first year of business and looks to more than double those numbers this year. With a strong and organic, following on instagram, the majority of their marketing efforts focus on social media.
The move to Los Angeles for the Beloved Shirts company signals a growing appreciation among consumers for goods manufactured and produced in the United States. Made in the U.S.A. is something consumers increasingly look for when shopping. Goods produced in the United States have always been associated with quality, keen customer service and an investment in the people. In the past decade companies have increasingly abandoned their production facilities in the U.S. to build factories and headquarters around the world to save costs.
Shoppers looking to support companies that have made a commitment to buying goods produced in the United States can visit the Beloved Shirts company website at: