Thursday, February 8, 2018

Project Repat, which turns old T-shirts into quilts, opens first-ever retail store

Biz Journals

Boston-based Project Repat, a company that turns old T-shirts into quilts, has opened its first-ever brick-and-mortar retail space in Newton.
The company has been steadily growing: it reported nearly $7 million in revenue last year, said co-founder and president Nathan Rothstein. And last year, the firm shipped out close to 60,000 custom T-shirt quilts to customers around the country. Rothstein hopes a retail presence will only add to the firm's growth. . . . more