Hosanna House Field Trip

Some of the kids from Hosanna House came to see what Pro Knitwear was all about on a field trip today. Touring our plant is a great learning experience since so many people don’t know how apparel decoration and manufacturing works. Here’s a picture from the end of the tour:

If you want to set up a field trip to Pro Knitwear, let us know. It’s a great learning opportunity! People see printed t-shirts, embroidered hats, and a lot more everyday, but they often have no idea how it’s made.

Pro Knitwear at the SportsPITTSBURGH Corporate Challenge

A few of us from Pro Knitwear went down to the SportsPITTSBURGH Corporate Challenge yesterday, and it was super fun. We had our own uniforms and everything. We won 2 out of the 6 games we played, despite most of us not knowing much (in my case virtually nothing) about volleyball. If you need any volleyball apparel, definitely give us a call, and we’ll be sure to get you sorted out. Check out some of our team pictures!

From Left to Right: Vincent (Runs the website & sales), Alexis (Receiving Dept.), Andrea (Head of Heat Seal and Tackle Twill), Shawn (Production), Scott (Receiving Dept.)
We all had nicknames on the back.
In lieu of holding up the number 1, we were trying to figure out what place we were in. 4 seemed like a reasonable guess since no one kept track.

Night of Assists

Pro Knitwear is proud to have made the replica Pittsburgh Hornets jerseys for the Pittsburgh Penguins (see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pittsburgh_Hornets for information on the Pittsburgh Hornets).The Pittsburgh Hornets were the AHL predecessor to the NHL Pittsburgh Penguins. Their last game was in 1967, and the Pittsburgh Penguins were formed shortly afterwards. These replica jerseys show an important piece of Pittsburgh sports history.

Here is our lead salesperson John Young with Sidney Crosby.

Here are a few more picture that John took during the event.