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Starlight offers Band Together jersey program to benefit non-profits

Published October 14, 2013
The green sleeve band is tied to a donation to IMBA.

ROANOKE, VA (BRAIN) —  Custom clothing maker Starlight is offering a new program to help custom clothing customers promote and support non-profit organizations.

Starlight's Band Together program incorporates a colored band on the sleeve of custom jerseys and donates $5 to the non-profit for each piece sold. Starlight is working with IMBA, the Susan G. Komen Blue Ridge Affiliate and Operation Homefront. 

“I’m particularly excited about the program’s potential for bike shops," said Starlight Custom Apparel owner Stratton Delany. "It gives busy shop owners a way to give back to the community without affecting their bottom line. We’ve included this in our retailer program without increasing prices.” Jerseys supplied to retailers will include a custom hangtag with details on the program. 

Starlight was founded in 2010 and offers custom cycling gear for retailers, events, teams, and clubs. Clients have included the Ethiopian National Team, Georgia Bicycle Racing Association, Swiftwick Socks, and the Texas High School Cycling League.

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