Real NATIONAL SPORTSWEAR ® is about integrity, honesty, transparency and respect.
INTEGRITY is a steadfast adherence to a strict moral or ethical code. This is perhaps the best descriptive reason why we incorporated National Sportswear. After all, National Sportswear “is” our identity. Why not “National Sportswear Incorporated?”
HONESTY is what was instilled in our CEO by his Grandfather “Admiral Lauren McCready.” Without honesty, you can not have integrity.
And it helps us sleep at night.
TRANSPARENCY is what results from being honest. Put it all together and you have a corporation that respects its customers.
These are the founding philosophical and ethical facets implemented into the REAL National Sportswear Incorporated
We do not pull the wool over anyone’s eyes. We have been National Sportswear since our inception. And we certainly do not make false claims or even “fraudulent claims” as we’ve seen others do.
As a matter of fact, we are “also” Federally Trademarked as National Sportswear ® and as odd as it may seem, we are www.NationalSportswear.com
In simplest words possible One NAME, One DOMAIN ™
Someone once said “If people have to copy me, I must be doing something right.”
Also, understand this. If someone was there before you. It does not give them the right to use your name.
Especially if they did not use it legally.
We’ve seen how some companies like to manipulate the truth.
The simple fact is this. Ask to see a corporation’s certificate of incorporation before you do business with anyone.
And if you’ve been doing business with a company calling themselves one name for many years and you did not know that they did not even respectfully register that name. Then they’ve been operating under that name “ILLEGALLY.” Think about that.
And then ask yourself how honest had that company been to disguise themselves to you?
Anyone willing to dupe you over a simple thing as a name, is certainly going to dupe you in other ways. Most likely money ways, so be careful.
Food for thought.
So, always ask to see a company’s identification first. And never settle for less then a “stamped certificate by the government.”
After all, it is the government who hands out business registrations.