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The Milwaukee-based company first opened in 1893, producing banners, pennants, and American flags, which it still makes today.
Golfers on the high seas can breathe a little easier — and so can the marine life around them — thanks to researchers at the University of Maine.
Making these first pairs wasn’t easy.
Camouflage-clad Mark Andersen was hunting ducks and Canada geese near Pierre, S.D.
As the story of the banned shoes went viral, grabbing headlines and page views around the world, orders came flooding in to the APL website.
Clients range from a handful of friends taking the train to a game to businesses treating a few dozen guests to a pre-game meal to one memorable event where the Tailwaiters took care of 300 rabid “away” fans at a Chargers-Giants game.
He said people stand in water up to their chin and slowly swing the device, which has dozens of holes in it.
The BallStars heat transfer system offer entrepreneurs a full-color heat transfer process that can cost-effectively produce photo sports balls.
He says he has received corporate approval from Canadian Tire to have his innovative product carried in its stores.
Forget fantasy football, there is a new Wall Street way to make money off professional athletes.