We are AOV.

At AOV we maintain a strong reputation in the highly competitive screen printing, embroidery, and promotional product industry. As we continue to grow, we maintain focus and attention to our customer needs. There are a lot of print and fulfillment companies out there, but you look for one that gives you the attention you deserve. When you are in the corporate and event industry, it's not only about the quality and price of the product... it's about peace of mind!

Our state-of-the-art facility and equipment paired with a dedicated staff is ready to meet your every need. Combine that with over 30 years of experience, there's almost nothing we haven't seen, or done. We have created a fully integrated operation system to provide optimal service from order placement to delivery

AOV continues to provide the highest standards of excellence, superior products, and competitive pricing, while maintaining a dedication to social integrity and environmental responsibility.

Who we are.

Our dedicated staff is ready to meet your every need. With over 30 years of experience, there is almost nothing we haven't seen or done.


General Manager




Production Manager


Account Manager

How we work.

1 We start with our clients needs. Our Job Partners work directly with you to bring your vision to life. Once we collaborate to get the perfect design, artwork, and garments - or promotional items - we send your project to our production team.

2 From our Job Partners, your project goes to the warehouse, where shipping and receiving will get your items ready for production. This is where everything is decorated, whether it is screen printing, embroidery, or any of the other services offered. This is where the magic happens!

3 Once your project is ready to go, it is boxed up and packaged to your company's specifications and needs. We offer both shipping and pick-up to our clients to make receiving your final product as quick and easy as possible.

Did you know?

Screen printing originated in China more than 2200 years ago as a way of transferring designs onto fabrics. At the time, mesh was woven from human hair and stiff brushes were used to force ink though the mesh around the paper stencils and onto the fabric.

It wasn't until the 17th century in France that silk screens were developed and the practice of stretching silk over a frame became industry standard; at this time they were still using stiff brushes as a way to push ink through the mesh. We still don't know who came up with the original silk screen.

Finally, in the early part of the 20th century, squeegees were invented and used as a more consistent way of pulling ink through the screen mesh. In the 60's, screen printing became an integral element to the contemporary art movement with artists like Peter Blake, Andy Warhol, and Robert Rauschenberg creating timelessly famous pieces using this technique. We now have both manual and automatic presses, updated inks, and more that modernize the screen printing process, but ultimately screen printing remains true to its roots.