... that skilled trades are the backbone of US-manufacturing. Trades-men and women build the roads we drove on, the schools we learn in, the homes we live in. They cook our meals, cut our hair, and make our clothes. Without skilled trades, our world would be a very different place.  

That's why we support the trades. That's why we buy raw materials and supplies from our local textile mills. That's why we offer an Apprenticeship Program for learning the art of 'print-cut-and-sew', as part of Horry Georgetown Technical College. And, that's why we join Mike Rowe and mikeroweWORKS Foundation to help close the skills gap.  

We take pride in our trade, recognize the value of hard work, and giveback to our community in many ways. We work with Vocational Rehabilitation to hire people with disabilities. We donate our printed paper off-take to art teachers of Horry County School District for reuse in classrooms. And, we use REPREVE fabrics made with recycled fibers to help divert plastic bottles from our oceans and waterways. 

Many folks ask about our name … there are 360 degrees in a circle, a flat shape without depth. At 540 degrees, an object breaks the plane and is 3-dimensional. At BFIT540, we add depth … the depth that our world needs to see.


The COVID-19 pandemic may have temporarily changed what our jobs look like in the day-to-day, but our commitment to safely and consistently deliver sustainable products remains unchanged. We practice social distancing; we wash our hands; we sanitize our machines; and we dedicate ourselves to safely serving you during this difficult time.