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Love your Products with Woven and Fabric Labels from Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling

Show your clothing line or other products some TLC this February with labels or tags from Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling Inc.

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Love motivates the individual to focus his or her attention and efforts on that special someone on Valentine's Day with warm feelings carrying through the entire month. February is also the perfect time for one to think of all the personal endeavors that are born out of love. For creative-types, artistic hobbies or occupations are indeed passionate pursuits. An independent clothing designer takes great care in selecting choice fabrics and by sewing each stitch. Owners of businesses and their marketing teams passionately develop branding concepts for a special line of products. The resulting goods, fabricated with tender love and care, deserve high-quality treatment at each stage of the production process. Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling Inc.'s labor of love is to provide the best woven and fabric clothing labels for the customer's original creations.

Clothing items or food products that result from great ideas are rightly paired with vivid labels that will not easily tear or fade. The ongoing credo of Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling is to produce well-made, wholesale labels, hang tags, and more for every customer with a quick turnaround time. In their downtown Los Angeles plant, the Hi-Tech team utilizes an 8-color press which prints nearly any design on a seemingly endless assortment of fabrics. The optional fabrics, housed in the Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling factory, include woven edge satin, removable adhesive satin, natural organic cotton, poly twill, polyester, nylon, tyvek, and more. The customer's motto, emblem, or logo is expertly mocked up for printing by the talented design team and then handed over to the printing technicians. The members of the printing team are thoroughly experienced in bulk-producing the customized clothing tags or labels commissioned by both local and international customers.

Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling knows that the best customer service goes beyond providing high-quality products; it also involves professional handling of the product. A major component of pleasing the client is putting the bulk order in his or her hands by the date initially specified. For twenty-five years and counting, the Hi-Tech team has committed itself to shipping the labels by the promised date, allowing the customer to proceed in his own production process. 

As a business, the premier label printers operate with a pay-it-forward mentality. When the item is finally ready for purchase, the hem of the garment displays a label that will not easily fade or fray. This allows the buyer to properly care for the item by following visible instructions. The usefulness of the product lasts as a result of Hi-Tech's labels, allowing its owner to love the item for years to come. Business entities in the fashion, beverage, or any number of other industries should show extra care for their customers and products this February through obtaining labels or tags from Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling. If the customer resides in the Los Angeles area, he or she is invited to Hi-Tech headquarters for label samples.

To place an order for durable, high-quality labels, contact a helpful Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling representative at 800-490-0405. For more information, visit www.fabriclabels.com.

PR submitted by www.Cyberset.com

SOURCE Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling Inc.

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