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269 Apparel

ContactDon & Erica Pye
Email269Apparel@gmail.com
Address113 W. Railroad Street, Suite 1
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-462-0644

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D&R Sports

ContactTanner Melvin
EmailMookie22@Comcast.net
Address238 S. Front St.
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-782-8989

From custom screen printing and embroidery, to sporting goods and apparel, D&R Sports can meet all of your needs. They also carry Varsity jackets.


Image Specialties

ContactPaul Potter
Email PaulP.Image@frontier.com
Address111 W. Prairie Ronde
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-782-8259
Fax269-782-8259

While they may not be able to put your name in lights on Broadway, just about anything you'd like to have your company name printed on, the staff of Image can have it produced for you. Its selection of promotional products is limitless, from coffee mugs to baseball caps, corporate apparel and even crystal goblets. Screen printing and embroidery have become a point of pride, whether it's apparel for your own company or for a fundraiser.  Image offers unique designs, quality apparel and quick turn-a-round time. 

As a full-service print broker, Image can also supply you with company letterhead or design, and typeset and print for your next four-color marketing brochure or magazine. Several Dowagiac companies have already benefited from its most high-profile, yet low-cost marketing program that places business advertising on restaurant placemats and menus across Cass, Berrien and Van Buren counties. Photography services are also available from this locally-owned company.

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