About Us

ProFill Holdings LLC is the successor company of TSC Apparel, LLC which was formed in April 2000 with the purchase of certain distribution channel assets from Tultex Corporation. ProFill was formed in 2002 as a corporate umbrella for TSC Apparel and newly acquired Cincinnati Advertising Products (dba WearMagic). ProFill's principal business is supplying t-shirts, fleece, and other sportswear categories to the Licensed Apparel, Corporate Promotional, and Uniform Industries.

Rick Mouty, CEO
Mouty joined the Company in late 2001 with the directive of expanding the strategic planning and new business development activities within the company. Under his leadership, Mouty repositioned the business beyond commodity blank t-shirt sales by launching the Tultex private label brand of fine jersey cotton products, adding screen print, embroidery, and turnkey fulfillment services, and expanding into new logo apparel markets. These initiatives helped to differentiate the company from its competition and, as a result, nearly quadruple top line revenues in a slow growth, mature market. Prior to joining ProFill, Mouty was a partner with George Group, a prominent management and operations consulting firm headquartered in Dallas Texas. While with George Group - which was acquired by Accenture in 2007- Mouty contracted and managed large scale revenue growth and operational improvements programs with middle market and leading Fortune 500 companies. Mouty began his career with Motorola Inc., where he served in various management capacities. Mouty is a graduate of Miami University's School of Business in Oxford, Ohio.

Bob Winget, President and COO
The investor group recruited Winget to join the company as its CFO in tandem with the TSC Apparel acquisition in 2000. Winget was instrumental in setting up the company’s working capital financing, company wide operating systems, internal controls, and key performance metrics. In 2005, he was promoted to President of TSC Apparel, while still retaining his CFO responsibilities. Under his leadership the company expanded geographically by opening new distribution centers, focused its product line to maximize profitability, and successfully implemented sales/marketing initiatives. Collectively these efforts have delivered unprecedented, continual year-over-year revenue and profit growth. Prior to joining ProFill Winget spent four years as CFO and Executive VP at Richards Industries, a privately-held holding company that owned several middle market manufacturing businesses. Winget started his career at Rockwell International where he spent 13 years in a variety of finance and accounting roles. Winget has a Bachelors degree from the University of Cincinnati with major in Accounting and Finance. He also earned an MBA from the University of Colorado with an emphasis in Information Systems.

Joseph L. Rippe, Managing Director
Joe Rippe is a principal of Rippe and Kingston LLC, one of Greater Cincinnati's largest public accounting and consulting firms, which he co-founded in 1976. Rippe is a Certified Public Accountant and a Certified Valuation Analyst with a professional background primarily in finance and taxation. He has worked with his firm's clientele on mergers, acquisitions and divestitures, business valuation, corporate financing and restructuring, succession planning, and strategic tax planning. He serves on various local corporate boards including First Savings Bank and Nisbet Investment Company. Rippe has ownership positions in several other privately-held businesses and real-estate holdings. Mr. Rippe is active in the community, serving on various boards and civic groups including the Board of Trustees for Xavier University, Children's Hospital, the Multiple Sclerosis Society and the Dan Beard Council of the Boy Scouts of America. Rippe earned a BS in Accounting and an MBA in Finance from Xavier University. He has also completed post graduate work at New York University.

J. Philip Vollmer, Managing Director
Phil Vollmer is the founding principal of JPV Investments. Vollmer's strategy is to seek out established, mid-western based companies in a variety of industries that demonstrate the potential for growth and operational improvement. The company will invest their capital to acquire, complement bank financing, or partner with others looking to buy a company. Vollmer, along with his brother Steve, has been buying and running a portfolio of middle market manufacturing companies via another investment company, Volco Inc., for more than two decades. Vollmer is active in the local community, serving on various boards and civic groups including the Board of Trustees for Xavier University and the Board of Directors for the Cincinnati Art Museum. Vollmer earned a BS in Finance from Xavier University.


ProFill does business under the following wholly owned operating entities:

TSC Apparel
From distribution centers in Cincinnati Ohio, Dayton New Jersey, Atlanta Georgia, Houston Texas, Fullerton California, and most recently Shanghai China, the company's TSC Apparel business sources and stocks more than 30 name-brands and 600 styles of tees, fleece, headwear, sport shirts, outerwear, and accessories. TSC Apparel is the exclusive supplier of Tultex® and is also the largest distributor of American Apparel® in the world.

For more information visit www.tscapparel.com and www.tultex.net.

The company's WearMagic business is one of the largest screen print and embroidery facilities in the country, producing over 7.5 million imprints and 500,000 embroideries annually from its Cincinnati based operations. WearMagic also provides a full suite of fulfillment services including custom packaging, finished goods inventory management, and e-commerce based sales/distribution.

For more information visit www.wearmagic.com.

College House
College House has been supplying logo apparel to college bookstore and retail establishments for more than 40 years. In 1982, Collegiate Licensing Company contracted with College House as one of its original licensees, which forged the way for the licensed apparel supply chain as we know it today.

For more information visit www.thecollegehouse.com.

Lighthouse Apparel
Lighthouse Apparel supplies logo apparel to resort, souvenir, and specialty retailers nationwide. Lighthouse is recognized for its multi-media designs that incorporate screenprint, embroidery, and laser appliqué embellishments

For more information visit www.lighthouseapparel.com.

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Press Release

Tultex Brand Kicks off the New Year, New and Improved (January 2013)
Tultex—TSC Apparel’s house brand—is launching a new look and new products additions to the line for 2013.

TSC Apparel Opens New Northeast Distribution Center (April 2012)
TSC Apparel announces the grand opening of their new distribution center located in Dayton, NJ in the South Brunswick area, expanding TSC’s reach from coast to coast nationwide.

TSC Acquires New Branch and Expands Houston Warehouse (August 2011)
TSC Apparel announces the acquisition of All Star Activewear, an apparel wholesaler located in Houston, Texas. Additionally, TSC is expanding its Houston distribution center, allowing for a wider product selection and deeper inventory.

JacSan Collegiate becomes College House (January 2010)
JacSan Collegiate announces that it has officially changed its name to College House. College House will continue to be part of the ProFill family of businesses.

JacSan Aquires College House (March 2009)
JacSan Collegiate, a division of ProFill Holdings, has acquired Richmond, Virginia based The College House, Inc. JacSan, like The College House, has a customer base that includes college and university bookstores, retailers, high schools, and resort markets across the country.

TSC Acquires Sol Shultz & Company (July 2006)
TSC Apparel acquires Dayton Ohio based Sol Schultz & Co. Bob Winget, Co-President of TSC, stated that the company would continue with a presence in the Dayton area but would consolidate much of the business into its Cincinnati-based offices.

TSC and Georgia Tees Join Forces (September 2005)
ProFill Holdings announced today a merger between ProFill subsidiary TSC Apparel and Georgia Tees, a privately held apparel wholesaler located in Acworth, Georgia.

Cincinnati Investors Acquires T-Shirt City and California Shirt Sales (May 2000)
A Cincinnati Ohio based group of investors has acquired two apparel distributors from a bankrupt Virginia company, creating one of the Tri-State's largest private companies. The group sealed the deal to acquire the two businesses, T-Shirt City Inc. and California Shirt Sales Inc., from Tultex Corporation.


ProFill Holdings
255 W. Crescentville Road
Cincinnati, OH 45246
ASI# 300152

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