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“A Practical Guide for Manufacturing Apparel in the U.S.A. with a Dramatic Increase in Profits”.

We will begin serializing this book on March 1,2017

Politics and patriotism aside we need sustainable profits at every level to return domestic apparel production. “A Practical Guide for Manufacturing Apparel in the U.S.A. with a Dramatic Increase in Profits“. This blog will begin serializing the first detailed “How-To” guide for HIGHLY PROFITABLE selling and manufacturing of domestic made Apparel. It is called Purchase Activated Manufacturing, (PAM), and the guide will feature the details and marketing principles required to build and operate a pollution free, high profit domestic apparel supply chain.  This technology is a must for retail, brand and manufacturers of todays apparel. It’s time to take the risk out of stocking inventory and capture the lost profit from clearance, overproduction and sellouts with no backup product.

The book is authored by Bill Grier, CEO of AM4U inc and founder of Critical Mass Manufacturing Inc. Bill is a recognized executive and pioneer visionary in the digital print industry. As the CEO of AM4U, Inc. and Critical Mass Manufacturing, Inc., Bill is the inventor of and chief scientist responsible for perfecting patented Active Tunnel Coloration (ATC) technology, the engine for PAM.

Bill provides strategic corporate leadership and thirty years of marketing, advertising, merchandising, and technological advances in textile and apparel production. Bill sits on the Industry Advisory Board at Cal Poly Pomona’s Apparel Merchandising & Management School. Bill’s vision of solving the apparel industry’s problems included the AM4U project. Bill also served in the United States Marine Corp. Reserves for 37 years and retired as Colonel.

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