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Graffiti Caps and USA TieDye Company exhibit at THE NBM SHOW for the first time.

THE NBM SHOW Welcomes New Faces in Cleveland


THE NBM SHOW hits Cleveland, Ohio, June 15–16, serving the producers and movers and shakers in the awards and engraving, apparel decorating, and sign and digital graphics markets.

Not only is Cleveland a new stop for THE NBM SHOW, but some fresh faces are joining the exhibitor list for the first time.

Graffiti Caps and USA TieDye Company are both Cleveland-run businesses making their first NBM SHOW appearance as exhibitors.

Rob Hatfield, director of marketing at Graffiti Caps, says the company has been around since 1984, serving the Midwest and employing more than 70 people. “We’re dedicated to the pursuit of the perfect cap, using the best quality fabrics and state-of-the-art technology to make your cap look great,” Hatfield adds.

He says Graffiti Caps is creating some new designs specifically for the show, and attendees should expect to see “a nice assortment of custom work.”

Hatfield hopes to educate attendees about its custom cap-making process and let them know the design possibilities are endless.

USA TieDye Company brings hand-dyed tie-dye apparel and merchandise to the show’s offerings.  

Alex Kovalsky, president of USA TieDye, shares a little bit about the company's approach: “Our process of tie-dyeing fabric consists of folding, twisting, pleating, or crumpling garments, then binding them, followed by applying a variety of dye colors to create the final products. No two shirts are alike in their pattern, making them truly a unique and one-of-a-kind garment.”

Kovalsky says the company has previously attended an NBM SHOW but only as an attendee, “to see the newest products” and explore other companies.

Located in Cleveland, he says the company is excited to get the word out locally, and attendees should expect free samples, large displays, and a special discount offer on purchases.

USA TieDye Company hopes to gain new customers and reach larger audiences.

To check out these exhibitors and more, register for free until June 14. 

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