U.S. Textile Mill event in Asheville, NC, September 24-26, 2012

Cotton Council International will host a delegation of Western Hemisphere yarn and fabric buyers and U.S. uniform/corporate imagewear companies to the Grove Park Inn in Asheville, NC during September 24-26, 2012 to meet with U.S. textile mills participating in the COTTON USA Sourcing Program.  This meeting is designed to increase exports of U.S. manufactured cotton yarns and fabrics.  A reception for the U.S. mills and their international customers will be held on September 24, 2012 at the Grove Park Inn beginning at 6:30 p.m.  There will be a seminar and trade fair the next day along with an evening reception and dinner.  The group will depart for mill tours on September 26th.

If any of our members would like to participate in any of these meetings, please let Vaughn Jordan (vjordan@cotton.org) or Erin McKenna (bashcroft@cotton.org) know.  The cost is $50.

Below is the list of U.S. textile mills and Western Hemisphere knitters and garment manufacturers expected to attend.  Please click on the links to view the participants.


Participant List of W Hemisphere Apparel Manufacturers for Sept 2012 USA Tour with product categories as of Aug 8


US Mills Participants Uniform-Western Hemisphere Apparel Manufacturers Tour to the USA

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