Queensboro Shirt Almost 29 Years in the Making

Queensboro apologizes to over half the world's population.

Wilmington, NC, October 02, 2010 --(PR.com)-- Back in the late 1970s, Fred Meyers began selling Lacoste quality shirts with custom embroidered logos out of his college dorm room. Although he didn't realize it at the time, he was the first to offer this service to smaller organizations and businesses.

Over the years, this Classic Two-Ply Pima Pique Polo has become The Queensboro Shirt Company's signature shirt; worn and enjoyed by thousands of people throughout the world.

Up until this time, that polo has had one significant flaw; it was only available in a regular polo cut that was originally designed for men.

Some great ideas happen instantly. Some great ideas take a bit of time to come to full term. The idea of adding a form flattering feminine cut to this professional polo took nearly 29-years.

Today, Queensboro humbly announces that their new Women's Classic Two-Ply Pima Pique Polo will be available on Monday, October 5, 2010. The company would like to extend its thanks to all of the customers who convinced them to correct this grievous error and apologize for the fact that it took them nearly three decades to come to their senses.


About Queensboro Shirt Company:
Queensboro Shirt Company is an Internet-based apparel business that was the first to put company logos on collared shirts. Fred Meyers, inspired by the "LaCoste" shirts, started the company as a hobby when he was a college student in the late 1970's and early 1980's in New York City. Today it is a multi-million dollar company, and has tens of thousands of small businesses and consumers as loyal customers who print their logo and designs on collared shirts, tee shirts, hats and many
other apparel items.

Queensboro specializes in four-piece minimums and is the only company of its kind to offer an iron-clad, ten year guarantee on all its branded products.

In 1996, Queensboro moved to the seaside town of Wilmington, North Carolina. The company employs 100 people in its 80,000 square foot warehouse and was recently named to the prestigious "Inc 500" list.

For more information, visit http://www.Queensboro.com.
The Queensboro Shirt Company
Jim Goodwin