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College bound goods are just a small fraction of the products made by the thousands of apparel factories around the world, but they form a highly visible niche within the industry, targeted to a customer base who can be persuaded to think about the working conditions and ethical standards surrounding the clothing they purchase. These factors give students considerable leverage in shaping the reputations of major clothing brands, and thus make apparel companies wary of offending them. If students pressure their universities to sever their business relationship with a major clothing label, the bad publicity can have damaging ripple effects in the wider apparel marketplace..
When it comes to apparel, some people want to actually try out the garment before buying it. But we also live in a hectic world. Sometimes people simply don have the time to visit a physical store. (The Top 10 Fears Marathoners Experience.)Shape: What goes through your mind right when you can see the finish line?DL: “Thank god!” Especially on Monday, it was very windy down that stretch and it was the end of a really long day, and it was a welcoming sight. The fans at Boylston Street are phenomenal; I think it’s the greatest finishing stretch in the world.Shape: Do you ever get to read race signs when you’re running?DL: Yes, there are such good ones! One of my favorites was from a few years ago, and it said, “Never trust a fart at mile 24.” I saw a really good one this year that said, “Don’t be like the Seahawks run it in!” Which is pretty harsh, but pretty funny and creative.Shape: Who’d you call first after finishing?DL: My husband and my sister were at the finish line, so I called my coach first thing. He’s the super fan he drives to points along the course to check in, to give me advice if I look like I need it.
What makes it unique is that it stands 10,000′ above the surrounding terrain and is not connected to any mountains. This is why it seemed to jut into the sky and we could see it from so far away. Mt. The items of wearable tech that have really started to take off, however, are fitness wristbands. Working on the principle that if you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it, these appeal to both data geeks and fitness freaks. Nearly all of them are no more than sophisticated pedometers, an idea that has been around as long as Thomas Jefferson, and possibly even Leonardo Da Vinci.