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Bahamas Development Corporation Updates Status of Native Outfitters

Bahamas Development Corporation (BDCI) announces plans to increase capacity for Native Outfitters, a wholesale apparel company that specializes in athleisure garments. 

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WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.-Bahamas Development Corporation (BDCI) announces plans to increase capacity for Native Outfitters, a wholesale apparel company that specializes in athleisure garments. BDCI recently acquired Native Outfitters after obtaining a loan from a major bank.

As part of the increase, BDCI says it aims to add new equipment and upgrade the apparel company’s current layout. The organization expects production to exceed more than 3,000 shirts a week, and ship times to improve to roughly 10-14 days. Through streamlining operations at Native Outfitters, BDCI says it hopes to tap into markets on the island of Freeport.

“The Bahamian apparel business has a built-in customer base on the island of Freeport,” the company says in a press release. “The [Bahamian] Government is searching for ways to keep more money on the island, reduce imports, and have island-made products saleable to the 500,000 plus tourists that visit each month.”

For more information, visit https://www.nativeoutfitters.com/.

Mike Clark

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