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Heat, The Garment Exchange join forces
10/10/2019 1:34 AM ET
 

The Alcohol. Think Again Perth Heat are delighted to announce The Garment Exchange will be the club's official uniform and merchandise supplier for the next three seasons. 

The Garment Exchange (TGE) is a next generation, end-to-end product and technology-based service solution changing the way garments and apparel are sourced, created and supplied. 

"We are so excited to launch our new range," Perth Heat Chief Executive Steven Nelkovski said.

"The fans and members of Perth Heat have been waiting years for the chance to purchase quality and affordable merchandise.

"TGE have developed a great collection and we have also added reintroduced a few classic throwbacks to celebrate our 30thanniversary." 

The West Australian based business specializes in the distribution of custom apparel and promotional garments via an innovative online marketplace and throughout an established local garment broker network.

"We offer a number of established brands & products specific to diamond sports, and this partnership with the Perth Heat will introduce the broader WA baseball community to our business and unique marketplace model, TGE founder Mike Keeley said.

 "Baseball clubs & consumers are able to quickly and effectively source a variety of uniforms and merchandise based upon quality, price & production time." 

Recently commencing marketplace operations in both Australia and the USA, the Garment Exchange is scheduled to launch additional marketplace facilities in New Zealand and Canada later in 2020.

Perth Heat and TGE will launch an online shop next week and there will be a game day shop at Perth Harley-Davidson Ballpark. 

"Growing up playing teeball & baseball here in WA and regularly watching the Perth Heat play at Parry Field, it is personally very pleasing being able to produce their high-performance uniforms and merchandise many years later," Keeley added.

 

This story was not subject to the approval of the Australian Baseball League or its clubs.