Custom Hoodie-Hooded Sweatshirt Giveaway 4 on LocalHarvest Winner: Bindle Farms

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Jason Bindel of Bindle Farms was the winner of Custom Hoodie-Hooded Sweatshirt Giveaway 4 that was sponsored by Crooked Brook on the Mohawk Valley Trading Company's Localharvest blog. Bindle Farms is family owned and specializes in heritage pastured meats, eggs, and organically grown vegetables.

Bindel Farms

Bindel Farms

The winner of Custom Hoodie-Hooded Sweatshirt Giveaway 4 that was held on the Mohawk Valley Trading Company’s Localharvest blog is Jason Bindel of Bindle Farms. Custom Hoodie-Hooded Sweatshirt Giveaway 4 was sponsored by Crooked Brook and the prize was a hoodie embroidered with "Bindle Farms" on the left front chest.

About Hoodies

The origin of the hoodie goes back to the Middle Ages when the standard trappings for monks was a long tunic or robe with a cowl. The hooded sweatshirt as we know it today, was invented in the United States by Champion (an apparel manufacturer specializing in sportswear) in the 1930s and the word hoodie or hoody started to appear in popular culture in the 1990s.

Today, almost every major apparel brand offers a line of hoodies. Some high-end brands offer hooded sweatshirts in high-performance fabrics, knitted silk, merino wool or other fabrics. With all of the different brands, styles, profiles, fabrics and colors of hoodies to choose from, it can be a bit overwhelming.

About Bindle Farms

Bindle Farms is family owned and located in Spencer, Ohio in the southwest corner of rural Medina County. They specialize in heritage pastured meats, eggs, and organically grown vegetables. Free tours of the farm are offered. If interested, email them here: bindelfarm(at)yahoo(dot)com, or call at either of these numbers:
Phone: 330-648-231
Cell: 440-570-8349

About Crooked Brook

Crooked Brook is a unit of the atelier division of an art studio that offers full service apparel design, pattern making, sample making, private-label small lot production and embroidery. Since 1989, they’ve built a strong reputation of providing top-notch apparel designs, patterns, fit and production samples for many brand name catalogs and retailers, as well as wardrobe and costumes for movies, television and theater.

All Crooked Brook branded garments and accessories are proudly made to order in the U.S.A.

Because of their unparalleled attention to detail in tailoring, they were awarded a Supima® licensing agreement. These contracts are not awarded lightly. The applicants must meet requirements insuring the highest level of quality and integrity for any products bearing the Supima® brand.

In addition, Crooked Brook designs and manufactures:

Men’s and women's chef coats and uniforms for the world’s most recognized chefs, hotels, casinos, spas and resorts as well as alumni chef jackets for the Culinary Institute of America. Each garment can be personalized with the customer’s choice of fabric, pockets, buttons, piping and embroidery.

With a design studio in New York City, (the fashion and gastronomic capital of the world) and a production facility in Utica, New York, they’ve garnered international brand name recognition as the maker of the "World's Highest Quality Chef Jackets™”.

Promotional products, items, decorated apparel and accessories, such as; jackets, hats, sweatshirts, hoodies, polo shirts, fleece blankets, sweatshirt blankets, button down shirts, fleece jackets, golf shirts, custom t-shirts, tote bags, and aprons that can be customized with the following apparel decorating methods:

Tackle Twill
Direct to Garment Printing (DTG)

Custom lab coats, uniforms and scrubs for nursing, medical, dental, scientific, engineering, technology & healthcare professionals.

Custom made apparel and accessories for men and women, including but not limited to: suits, shirts, Hawaiian shirts, pants, vests, dresses, skirts, gowns, jeans, boxer shorts, martial arts and yoga outfits.

Crooked Brook ships worldwide. Hours of operations are 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. EST, seven days a week. Reach them at (315) 733-1992 to learn more.

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