For the newest NPR fan in your life, this 100% organic cotton onesie features a 'scribbled' take on the NPR logo, printed with seaweed based dyes. The reinforced three snap closure makes for easy diaper changes and it's pre-shrunk to avoid washing disasters.
This onesie is a perfect gift for our littlest listeners!
Inspired by the colorful shirts at a Grateful Dead concert, CAS Shiver began creating and selling tie-dye shirts as a junior at Annandale High School in 1984. Shiver started the company in his father’s garage and sold the t-shirts at concert venues and retail beach outlets. In 1989 he moved the company out of the garage and into a 3200 square foot space on Picket Rd. in the City of Fairfax.
Eventually, the shirts were picked up by larger retailers, and the company has now grown into a multi-million dollar enterprise. Despite the company’s growth, it is important to Shiver to remember his roots.
“We want to create unique products at attractive price points while also contributing to the local and regional communities,” said Shiver.
In their current location of approximately 40,000 square feet on Jermantown Sundog Productions uses solar-heated water, geo-thermal exchanges and recycled lighting fixtures to reduce costs and its impact on the environment. By developing a streamlined business model where all processes are created under one roof, Sundog has also eliminated waste in its supply chain.