Excel Sportswear Shirt Tales

Carnegie Science Center Miniature Railroad & Village

The Carnegie Science Center Miniature Railroad and Village is celebrating its 100th year with an amazing centennial celebration. We were honored to work with them on a very special shirt, and to get an up-close tour of their wonderful exhibit.

Smail Auto Group

When Smail Auto Group placed their order, they hoped the “Real Men Wear Pink” shirts would help them raise money for the fight against breast cancer. But they didn’t expect what the shirts were going to do to their employees! Learn more in this episode of Shirt Tales.

Kecksburg UFO Museum Tour

Something fell from the sky on the night of December 9th, 1965, and the small town of Kecksburg, Pennsylvania has never been the same. In this episode of “Shirt Tales,” Ron Struble takes us on a tour of the Kecksburg UFO Museum and recalls that fateful night when he saw the mysterious fireball streaking across the night sky.

Steel Curtain Kickoff at Kennywood Park

Join us for a sneak peak at the new Steel Curtain roller coaster at Kennywood Park’s “Steelers Country.” Built in collaboration with the Pittsburgh Steelers, this exciting new roller coaster holds the records for being the Tallest Coaster in Pennsylvania, having the Most Inversions in North America, and the Highest Inversion in the World!

Railway & Locomotive Historical Society – Steel City Chapter

Kevin Varrato, president of the Steel City Chapter of the Railway & Locomotive Historical Society, says his t-shirts do a fantastic job of attracting attention to his organization and its goals. In this episode of Shirt Tales, learn more about their mission to remember and recognize the contributions and sacrifices of the men and women in the railroad industry of the greater Pittsburgh region.

Thomas Jefferson High School – Mamma Mia

It’s a Thomas Jefferson High School Drama Department tradition. Musical Director Sandra Barker has ordered t-shirts for their theater productions for the past 24 years. In this episode of Shirt Tales, hear from Mrs. Barker as to how these shirts have become meaningful keepsakes for her students, and also why she continues to work with Excel Sportswear.