Indy 500 crew wears shirts made locally

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Dyesport, a Prairie du Chien custom clothing manufacturer, supplied the race shirts in this photo for this year’s Indy 500 winner, Tony Kanaan. The shirts are made from scratch in Dyesport’s local factory, where the fabric is custom-dyed and then cut and sewn. Dyesport supplies many of the top race drivers in IndyCar as well as NASCAR. The local company makes custom uniforms for virtually every team sport, from baseball and softball to basketball, volleyball, soccer, football, golf and track. Dyesport also does work for other major sporting goods companies under their labels, having supplied the fabric for The NFL Pro Bowl for two years for Reebok and supplying custom camouflage clothing for outdoor sporting companies. Dyesport produces clothing for businesses big and small, with only a 12-piece minimum. Pictured is the 2013 Indy 500 winner Tony Kanaan and his pit crew with their shirts. They sent Dyesport an autographed picture in recognition for a job well done.

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