World Emblem: The Patch and Embroidery Giant Turning 30 – From a Small New Jersey Shop to a Global Powerhouse

Houston-based World Emblem commemorates three decades in operation

In 1993, a small shop in New Jersey started what would become World Emblem, the world’s largest patch and emblem manufacturer. Today, the company celebrates its 30th year in business and has grown to include nine locations worldwide and over 1,000 employees. World Emblem’s manufacturing center is located in northwest Houston, where they produce an average of 250 million emblems and custom products annually.

What sets World Emblem apart from other patch and emblem manufacturers is their no minimum quantity requirements. Whether you need just one garment embroidered or 10,000, they can accommodate any order size. Their client list includes big names like the NFL, Levi’s, New Era, and Perry Ellis.

World Emblem’s customization process is truly impressive, showcasing some of the biggest name brands being stitched out in their facility. Recently, ABC13’s Localish team had the opportunity to take a behind-the-scenes tour of World Emblem to witness the production of thousands of custom patches each day. To learn more about World Emblem and their services, visit their website.

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