One important part of creating a successful company is to develop branding. This can include your logo, the name of your products, and more. When it comes to a clothing company, the actual name of the colors your clothing comes in is also important. Creating Allmade was a community effort and we wouldn't have been able to do it without the help of some awesome humans. Allmade got its kick off with the push from an Indiegogo campaign in early 2017, and because of this, we asked those who donated $8000 to name one of the first Allmade t-shirt colors.
Allmade T-shirt Colors:
- Rebel Blue was named by Dutch Bros
- Rise up Red was named by Shirt Space
- Enviro Green was named by CCI Chemicals
- Aluminum Grey was named by Nortech Graphics
- Azure Blue was named by Saati Chemicals
- Space Black was named by Green Galaxy
- Epic White was named by Wilflex
- Flash Black was named by BBC
About the Companies Who Helped Name the T-shirt Colors
Dutch Bros Coffee was founded in 1992 by Dane and Travis Boersma: brothers of Dutch Descent. After three generations in the dairy business, government regulations pressed the family to sell the cows. Dane and Travis bought a double-head espresso machine, threw open the barn doors and started experimenting with just 100 pounds of beans.
Today, Dutch Bros Coffee is the country's largest privately held, drive-thru coffee company, with more than 290 locations and 7,500 employees in seven states.
ShirtSpace is an online supplier of blank apparel, offering over 50 reputable brands that include Gildan, Jerzees, Bella+Canvas and Next Level. With over 2,500 styles available for both adults and children, ShirtSpace is proud to offer competitive prices and no order minimums to both their wholesale & retail accounts. All ShirtSpace customers benefit from competitive free shipping offers, extremely fast transit times, and unbeatable customer service.
C.C.I. (formerly Cherokee Chemical Company, Inc). is a privately held corporation, founded in 1950.The scope of C.C.I.’s business has broadened considerably since 1950. While still maintaining its position in the USDA sanitation chemistries, cooling tower, and boiler chemistries, C.C.I. now provides the following industries with water treatment chemistries and wastewater treatment chemistries – along with unmatched technical service.
Nortech Graphics Inc. was founded in early 2005. Over the last eleven years they have been driven to provide the graphic screen printing industry with the best products on the market. Nortech Graphics distributes screens, frames, squeegees, and more.
Saati Chemicals Division formulates and manufactures chemical products used mainly in the screen-printing industry. This specialization, therefore, is directly related to the activity of the Saati Printing Division, and also becomes logical operational interface for research and development, the production range and business activities.
The Saati Chemicals Division offers frame adhesives, mesh degreasers, photosensitive emulsions, capillary films, blockouts and fillers, and reclaim chemistry.
Green Galaxy has dedicated over ten years to researching and developing the highest quality environmentally friendly inks on the market today. Their water-based inks do not have a pungent odor, nor do they include any harsh, harmful or hazardous materials. They are safe for both user and wearer AND they are safe for the environment. Clean-up is done in a snap with nothing more than water.
The Wilflex brand of inks emerged in the early 1960’s as screen printing on t-shirts gained popularity for self-expression allowing the Wilflex brand to gain global recognition. Wilflex continued to make history twenty years later, when it provided design freedom allowing hundreds of color options with the introduction of the first plastisol mixing system.
BBC (Black Body Corporation) Industries, Inc. is a manufacturer of infrared heaters, infrared heater components, equipment, and systems. In addition to fabricating emitters, element panels, and controls as an international OEM supplier, BBC also produces and sells many trademarked pieces of equipment.