This week, Jeremy Lott, Seattle and industry leader SanMar announce new brands, newer looks and 99 of the newest items the promotional apparel industry has to offer in their just-released New Newer Newest catalog. SanMar sets its focus on the upcoming fall season with standouts that are colorful, creative, sustainable and inclusive.
Jeremy Lott on SanMar’s Newest Releases
This fall, Jeremy Lott’s team at SanMar is taking fleece to a whole new level. Last season’s very popular and Earth-friendly District Re-Tee will be joined by the sustainable District Re-Fleece. With its 100% recycled fabric, it breathes new life into reclaimed materials. Re-Fleece is affordable, comfortable and never re-dyed. This new collection includes four new styles. It’s fleece that feels good to wear, that you can feel good about.
Jeremy Lott and SanMar are also introducing an exciting fleece collection to the popular District V.I.T. family. Developed with decorators in mind, the street-ready V.I.T. Fleece comes in 26 on-trend colors at an unbeatable price. It delivers the cleanest, softest decorating surface in an 8-ounce fleece to dress the whole family. This addition includes seven new styles.
Jeremy Lott and SanMar on Workwear
With government stimulus and construction projects ramping up, the demand for quality workwear remains a priority. Jeremy Lott and SanMar add to the Carhartt lineup to answers the call for more women’s workwear. Enter Carhartt’s debut of the iconic, washed duck jackets in two women’s style and one unisex style, among the other exciting new items fromCarhartt.
Off the jobsite, SanMar is offering new sleek, office-friendly options from OGIO as well as updated athleisure styles from Sport-Tek and New Era that are key to a modern look that’s stylish, versatile and professional.
Jeremy Lott SanMar Background
Jeremy Lott has been an integral part of SanMar since the very beginning. As a two-year-old, Jeremy appeared on the cover of the family owned and operated company’s very first catalog. Now, president of SanMar, Jeremy continues to work with family members to expand the SanMar marketplace. His efforts has made the company prioritize the increase of the availability of safety products like protective masks.
SanMar Corporation’s president Jeremy Lott today announces that it is partnering with Allmade to be the exclusive supplier of Allmade’s ethically and environmentally conscious blank apparel to the promotional apparel and imprinted sportswear industries. Founded by screen printers for screen printers, Allmade is an impact-driven company that is dedicated to breaking the cycle of poverty and to reducing our industry’s impact on the environment while also making exceptional shirts that are great to wear and print on. With this in mind, Jeremy Lott Seattle-based head of Sanmar teamed up with Allmade to become the exclusive supplier of the company’s ethically manufactured and environmentally-friendly line of apparel.
Jeremy Lott Sanmar and Allmade partnership goals
The Allmade story began when a few forward-thinking screen printers, entrepreneurs and business owners traveled together to Haiti to experience the garment manufacturing business there first-hand. During the visit, they realized that by producing shirts differently, they could make a lasting change in the lives of the Haitian people and also make a positive impact on the planet. Jeremy Lott’s SanMar and Allmade’s partnership is a natural fit. They share a commitment to making a positive impact by putting the needs of people and the planet first. “Allmade puts social responsibility and sustainability at the core of everything they do,” said Jeremy Lott, Mercer Island President of SanMar. “Bringing this dynamic brand to the promotional products industry gives our customers the chance to make a difference with their buying decisions, which widens the impact in our industry and in our communities.” For Allmade, this step has been a long-time goal to help them take their company to the next level. “We started this movement to make an impact,” said Ryan Moor, Co-Founder/CEO of Allmade. “With SanMar as our exclusive distributor, we can amplify our mission, create value and empower more to create a positive impact on a much larger scale.”
Jeremy Lott Mercer Island company president on Allmade’s addition to the Sanmar catalog
Jeremy Lott is pleased to offer Allmade’s soft, tri-blend tees, crafted using three sustainable fibers: 50% recycled polyester, 25% U.S-grown organic cotton and 25% Tencel™ Modal. The recycled polyester in each t-shirt helps prevent an equivalent of up to six bottles from ending up in a landfill. Much of the production process is completed in the U.S., including spinning and knitting the yarn, as well as dyeing and finishing the fabric. Jeremy Lott’s Sanmar is now selling 6 adult styles in 9 colors and 1 youth style in 8 colors. These styles include the Allmade Unisex Tri-Blend Tee (AL2004), Unisex Tri-Blend Long Sleeve Tee (AL6004), the Unisex Tri-Blend V-Neck Tee (AL2014), Women’s Tri-Blend V-Neck Tee (AL2018), Women’s Tri-Blend Tee (AL2008), and the Women’s Tri-Blend Long Sleeve Tee (AL6008) as well as the Youth Tri-Blend Tee (AL207).
Jeremy Lott, SanMar, president and CEO, is proud of his company’s efforts to increase production of face masks in an effort to stop the spread of the deadly COVID-19 virus. Jeremy Lott Seattle based, has joined efforts with other manufacturing companies to improve the supply chain for personal protection equipment (PPE) items, including face masks.
Jeremy Lott’s Seattle based company makes important manufacturing changes
Although SanMar has an extensive catalog of apparel and accessories, the company has made changes to allow face masks and other PPE products to get into the hands of those who need them faster than ever. SanMar has especially highlighted their efforts to produce more cotton three-ply face masks. These lightweight and soft face masks fit most adults and come in a range of colors. Bandanas are also manufactured through SanMar and have risen in popularity for those wanting an alternative to traditional face masks. Bandanas are versatile and can be used as a face covering or worn around the head or neck. All face coverings are machine washable for multiple uses.
Jeremy Lott: “SanMar wants to do whatever we can to support these efforts”
Jeremy Lott, Mercer Island president of SanMar, has been very supportive of the manufacturing industry coming together to fight this global crisis. At the start of the COVID-19, employees of SanMar voiced their concerns to Jeremy about their family members not being able to access face masks easily. This inspired Jeremy Lott to join in the fight against COVID-19. Since March, SanMar’s production of face masks at their plants in Tennessee and Central America has surged. Personal protection items from SanMar are not solely face coverings. Sanmar provides a range of PPE items to meet the needs of first responders. Highlights within the apparel catalog include high visibility reflective vests, scrub tops, scrub bottoms, and ANSI-rated jackets.
Background of Jeremy Lott SanMar
Jeremy Lott has been part of SanMar since the very beginning. The family-owned and operated company in Seattle has grown substantially since he has become president of the apparel manufacturer. Under Jeremy Lott’s leadership, SanMar has entered into strategic partnerships with a wide range of top brands. His vision for SanMar is to continuously provide high-quality items to customers around the globe.
President of SanMar Corp., Jeremy Lott and his team unveil the new District Flex Tee collection after 18 months of research and development.
President of SanMar Corp., Jeremy Lott and his team of developers recently released the company’s new District Flex Tee collection. The release has been 18 months in the making, and the SanMar team is more than pleased with the result.
“This is one of our favorite releases yet,” President Jeremy Lott says. “We spent 18 months researching fabrics and developing this shirt, which is unlike any other on the market.”
SanMar Corp., President Jeremy Lott explains that this shirt features some of the comfort elements consumers love in athletic wear; yet, customers won’t look like they’re headed to the gym when wearing it. The goal was to create a shirt that includes a touch of the stretch many consumers desire without sacrificing its aesthetic appeal.
“The District Flex Tee is one you can wear everywhere,” Jeremy Lott says. “We’ve developed this shirt, so its classy enough to be worn to work, but so comfortable you’ll want to wear it around the house too.”
“We wanted to bring a CVC shirt with just a touch of stretch to the market,” Jeremy Lott adds. “Many times, shirts made from CVC fabrics are considered athletic wear. We’ve developed a shirt that maintains the comfort of CVC fabrication without giving the appearance that you’re headed to the gym.”
Jeremy Lott describes that the new District Flex Tee collection from SanMar is bound to be every customer’s go-to t-shirt. It’s a casual collection that can be dressed up or down without sacrificing comfort and breathability.
President Jeremy Lott and the SanMar Corp., team are continuously researching and developing new ways to create top-quality, stylish apparel that lasts. The company’s more than 48 years of experience have made them a leader in clothing design, fabrication, and more.
“We’re always at the cutting-edge of design, and the District Flex Tee collection is just another example of that,” Jeremy Lott finishes. “We’re eager for our customers to experience the comfort and style we’ve been developing with this collection over the last year and a half.”
The SanMar Corp., District Flex Collection is now available for purchase on the company website.
SanMar president Jeremy Lott and his team launch 100 percent recycled, never re-dyed District Re-Tee product line.
Made from 100 percent recycled fabric and never re-dyed, SanMar Corp.’s all-new District Re-Tee line promises to make doing good for the planet feel as good on the outside as it does on the inside. Eliminating the water-intensive dyeing process and the need to produce new raw materials, Jeremy Lott, Seattle area executive of SanMar, explains more about the product.
SanMar Corp.’s District Re-Tee products are made from reclaimed material that otherwise could end up in a landfill, according to Jeremy Lott, Mercer Island resident and Seattle-based SanMar owner and president. “The color comes from the original cotton scraps and polyester yarn, so there’s no need to re-dye it,” he explains.
According to Lott, SanMar Corp.’s District Re-Tee fabric is made from 60 percent recycled cotton and 40 percent recycled polyester.
Jeremy Lott, Seattle area president of SanMar, lives with his family in nearby Mercer Island. The business is headquartered on Black Nugget Road in Issaquah, Washington. Home to Jeremy Lott, Mercer Island is just 12 miles away.
The latest in a wide range of goods for promotional product supplier SanMar Corp., District Re-Tee products are designed to reduce waste and save resources, according to Lott. “The Re-Tee eliminates the water-intensive dyeing process,” he explains, “as well as the need to produce new raw materials.”
District Re-Tee claims to be the equivalent of skipping over six weeks of showers, shaving 5.87 miles off your daily commute, or going computer-less for a full workday. “Now doing good for the planet feels as good on the outside,” adds Lott, wrapping up, “as it does on the inside.”
President of the family-owned firm, SanMar Corp., in the Seattle suburb of Issaquah, Washington, Jeremy Lott learned the business from the inside out, from pulling orders to purchasing. After college and a period studying in Hong Kong, Lott launched his career as an analyst before relocating to Chicago in 2001 to earn his MBA. Then moving to Mercer Island, Washington, Lott joined SanMar full-time, where he continues to steer the company toward long-term growth. A father of six, Jeremy Lott remains based in the Seattle metropolitan area city of Mercer Island, where, outside of his work at SanMar, he enjoys spending time with his family, boating, skiing, hiking, and generally staying active.