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Now Open: Maverick Apparel Printing

Screenprinters open up shop (kind of) in a prime real estate retail spot.

January 20, 2011

Remember the denim store that used to be on First Ave near Seneca? What was it called … Rivet? Riveting? Riveted? Rosie the Riveter? It’s been gone for what seems like ages while nearby, A Mano, Jack Straw, Cicada, and the Cutting Room keep the shopping strip alive.

But earlier this week we noticed a new occupant moving in and went to investigate.

University of Washington Alumni, former NFL player, and Maverick Apparel Printing CEO/co-founder Mark Pattison is using the storefront as a showroom for his custom printing clients — and potential clients (otherwise known as curious passersby). While it’s not a retail space per se, it still looks like one; the dressing rooms are smartly re-purposed for storage and display. Also displayed is the company’s previous work for local institutions such as Seattle Art Museum, Cherry Street Coffee, and The Triple Door.

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