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“It’s a win-win for schools and a benefit to nonprofits,” Harris said. “We found that schools had no idea what to pay for gym clothes. They were being taken advantage of until we looked at the marketplace, made some calculations and came up with the new pricing and a charity partner that could really benefit.

“We now sell quality brand name goods that we customize with existing school logos or customize with designs by an in-house staff of four working in our call center,” he said.

Orders, Harris said, are filled in five days or less.

-SunSentinel

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