About Our Business

All-Star Embroidery, Ltd. is a family-owned and operated company. Our company was established in 2002. We take great pride in our family-owned business. We have state-of-the-art computer-operated equipment and software. We belong to the NNEP (National Network of Embroidery Professionals), and we attend many trade shows and classes to stay on top of the most current developments in the embroidery industry.  We are also members of the Licking County Chamber of Commerce.

It is our goal to provide the highest quality embroidered and decorated apparel to your business, school, or organization with excellent service in a timely manner. Our business specializes in custom apparel to meet your specific needs at the highest quality standards.


All-Star Embroidery, Ltd. is honored to have their work highlighted in the August 2012 edition of Printwear, a national trade magazine. We do varsity jackets for many local schools and the Utica varsity jacket is a prime example of the quality of work that we put into each of our varsity jackets. A special thanks to the NNEP (National Network of Embroidery Professionals) for submitting the photo.

August 2012 Printwear Magazine ArticleThis recognition is such an honor.

All-Star Embroidery, Ltd. Recognition

The following is a short article from the Newark Advocate:

Embroidery Business Touted in Trade Magazine

NEWARK — All-Star Embroidery Ltd. announced its work was highlighted in the August edition of Printwear, a national trade magazine.

The magazine showed the Utica High School varsity jacket that was custom embroidered by All-Star Embroidery 225A S. 21st St.

The photo of the Utica jacket was submitted by the National Network of Embroidery Professionals, the national trade association for the commercial embroidery industry.

All-Star Embroidery does varsity jackets for more than 12 area schools. Its work is highlighted at www.allstarembroidery-ltd.com.

For information, call Beth Powers at All-Star Embroidery Ltd. at 740-364-9212.

www.newarkadvocate.com (September 16, 2012 edition)