Trevco Acquires Women’s Apparel Brand Suburban Riot

The popular fashion brand is under new ownership.
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August 17, 2021


Trevco has announced its acquisition of women’s fashion brand Suburban Riot.

“The women’s fashion space has been long underserved in the print-on-demand market, especially across entertainment, music, pop culture and sports,” says Trevor George, chief executive officer, Trevco. “The best way to connect with women’s fashion is by combining great product, style and a brand story. Suburban Riot’s message coupled with Trevco’s POD capabilities and strong market presence allows us to reach customers at a competitive price and endless selection. Suburban Riot lives at the intersection of social commerce and fandom – an important part of licensing, now and in the future.”

“This is an opportunity to connect the right brands to an underserved customer by combining the Suburban Riot brand with Trevco’s licensing, print-on-demand infrastructure and technology,” says Nate Koach, co-founder, Suburban Riot.

“We’re excited to leverage Trevco’s extensive list of licensed properties across entertainment, music,

pop culture, sports and collegiate to our growing base of customers and trading partners,” says Jason Reed, co-founder, Suburban Riot.

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