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Seams’ anniversary celebrations focuses on ‘Make America Great’

Seams, the Association and Voice for the US Sewn Products Industry, held its annual Fall Networking Conference recently as it continued its 50th anniversary celebrations. With more than 200 member companies, SEAMS today consists of America’s foremost fashion brands, retailers, manufacturers and textile providers.

During the event, Will Duncan of Will Duncan and Associates (WDA), whose group has assumed daily management and operations of the not-for-profit organization, laid out his made-in-America vision and growth agenda for the association. He, along with SEAMSs new marketing associate, Jerry Inman of Demand Worldwide, NYC, offered a peek at and value proposition of SEAMSs newly revamped website and visual brand identity which was subsequently launched and announced to the trades.

The event held meaningful presentations by industry leaders and there were networking opportunities under the theme “Empowering the made in America movement. Seams transformed itself from a small, regional apparel manufacturing group into the widely recognised National Association for the Sewn Products Industry. It also manages more than thirty industry networking events and conferences.

“We want to the ‘voice’ in the Made in America category,” said a spokesperson while giving an overview of the changes. “And we have an opportunity because nobody really owns that term, ‘the voice.’ We’re going to own it…further, the changes, made to help SEAMS be at the forefront of the reshoring movement. .. we’re the most well-informed, go-to resource shaping the growth and resurgence of made in America, providing the access, the people, processes and products to move production back to the U.S.”