Catfish Gear #012 — Custom Apparel and Display Solutions —Valley Fashions

Ron Presley is shown here in his CatfishNOW jersey from Valley Fashions at the 2018 SeaArk Owners Invitational in Decatur, AL.

Ron Presley is shown here in his CatfishNOW jersey from Valley Fashions at the 2018 SeaArk Owners Invitational in Decatur, AL.

Tournament jerseys with style and flair are part and parcel of the merchandise available from Valley Fashions. I was surprised at all the comments I got when I first wore my CatfishNOW Jersey. It was not only comfortable, it was stylish. But it was the catfish imprint that drew all the attention (see photo).

They achieve the most vivid graphics you can imagine through their true dye sublimation process. The result is unparalleled sharpness and fabulous colored prints. Their garments are characterized by durability and beauty.

They create custom apparel based on your individual requirements. You provide the logos, wording and color selection and they do the rest. Vector Artwork is preferred because it results in the best results because the artwork can be scaled to any size without any loss of quality. On line sizing guides will help you choose the right jersey for you.

Valley Fashions can also help you with your trade show display needs. They produce convenient and eye-catching display stands, table covers, overhead displays, wall covers, and more. These products are easy to transport and economical ways to promote your product or service.

Valley Fashions owner, Dan Coates, is shown here with a nice Red River channel cat that helped him raise money for ALS research.

Valley Fashions owner, Dan Coates, is shown here with a nice Red River channel cat that helped him raise money for ALS research.

Epilogue: In Service to the Community

Valley Fashions is owned and operated by Dan and Eileen Coates. They are fishermen themselves and understand the needs of the fishing community. In 2017 they created a project known as Catfish Buy the Pound with the goal of raising $100,000 for the ALS Society of Manitoba. The money was targeted for research, client services, and to help raise awareness for the deadly Lou Gehrig’s disease.

Their goal was to catch, weigh, and release 10,000 pounds of catfish during the 2017 fishing season. Their target was the Red River. Pledges from individuals turned their “catfish poundage” into valuable support for the ALS Society of Manitoba.

“We’re enthusiastic catfish anglers,” said Dan. “And the channel cat fishery in the Red River is one of the hidden gems of North America. We feel privileged to use our passion for fishing toward a great cause like ALS.”

 

The next time you have a need for tournament jerseys, display products, or other specially products check out Valley Fashions. You can visit them on their website,  Valley Fashions Outdoors.

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