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11-09-23 - Notice:
Our current apparel supplier can no longer efficiently support ACC. We have severed our relationship with them. Current orders will be fulfilled and shipped, with most shipping the week of Thanksgiving.
Any new orders will not be honored. Greg and team are looking for a new supplier and once found, we'll add a link to the website for ordering.
Orders with our embroiderer will still be honored, as this is a separate person. Any article of clothing, on which you would like the ACC logo, can be submitted.


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