He recently finished a term as chairman of the American Apparel Manufacturers Association, and has spent his entire career in the apparel industry.
What does AAMA stand for?
AAMA stands for American Apparel Manufacturers Association (now part of American Apparel and Footwear Association)
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- Army Aeromedical Activity
- Asia America MultiTechnology Association (est. 1979)
- Asian American Manufacturing Association
- Association for the Advancement of Mexican Americans
- Austin Area Multimedia Alliance (Texas)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The American Apparel Manufacturers Association estimates that last year, more than $138 billion was spent on apparel and related products.
Larry Martin, president of the American Apparel Manufacturers Association, surprised everyone by announcing that industry favors tougher labor laws to crack down on illegal shops.
He served in numerous leadership positions including president of the American Textile Manufacturers Institute (ATMI), chairman of the American Apparel Manufacturers Association (AAMA), the Executive Committee of the American Textile Partnership (AMTEX) and director of the National Cotton Council.
It is a member of the American Apparel Manufacturers Association (AAMA), Textile Clothing and Technology Center (TC2), South Eastern Manufacturers Association (SEAMS), and the American Apparel Contractors Association (AACA).
The American Apparel Manufacturers Association, Arlington, Virginia, created the Apparel Foundation in 1988 to facilitate and increase the donation of surplus apparel to the needy and homeless in this country and to disaster victims around the world.
He is a past member of the Board of Directors of the American Apparel Manufacturers Association and the Textile Clothing/Technology Corporation (TC2).
He is a past officer of the American Apparel Manufacturers Association and a past member of the executive committee of the American Textile Manufacturers Institute (ATMI).