Advanced Apparel began in 2000 out of a Garage. It quickly grew into a booming business operation in 2002 and moved in to a warehouse in Sandy Utah. We do our own printing in house; we cut out the middle man which saves cost, time and frustration. We have several printing techniques others will not attempt. We welcome challenging printing techniques that will help your logo and brand stand out from the rest. We are eco friendly with our materials and supplies.
We have the ability to create custom promotional products specific to business needs. Products that no other business has. Completely customized for a specific needs.
We also take the time to meet with clients and review their calendar of events. We take it upon ourselves to make sure our clients do not miss the opportunity to shine at their key events through innovative promotional gifts and professional corporate apparel and t shirts. We are a one stop shop from business cards, banners, corporate gifts and apparel we are the experts to go to. Quality is our driving force. It is one of the key factors that have kept us in business all these years.
2008 Advanced Apparel received certification from WBENC Women Business Enterprise National Council as a women owned business, thus opening the doors to major corporations around the country.
Starting in 2009 to present day, You may have heard Stacy The Shirt Lady on popular radio stations like 97.1 ZHT, 101.1 KBER, 101.9 The End 94.9 Alt, 96.3 X96. Stacy’s bubbly and witty personality quickly made her a regular on the shows where she talks about business, life experience and gets involved in silly games and heart felt community events.
2011-2013 Stacy was the state of Utah chair for women business enterprise national council – thus helping other women business in the state connect to larger corporations and government agencies, by assisting them build relationships, both in and out of state, and sharpen their own business skills.
2014 Stacy was selected out of 300 applications by the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business to receive a scholarship to join the prestigious ranks of the 10,000 small business across America. She attended and graduated.
In 2015 Stacy was asked to join discussion panels for the Enterprise, Utah’s Business Journal – she has contributed to articles along with other business owners in the state covering topics like, employee retention, company culture, current state of affairs that effect small business and other key topics that are critical to running a small business.