Scott Hamlin’s Looptworks is helping the NBA give old jerseys a new life

 Good News Notes:

“Scott Hamlin, a former University of Oregon pole vaulter and decathlete, once had Olympic dreams but a pulled hamstring before the 1992 Olympic Trials dashed those hopes. Today, he’s living his new dream working with some of the top companies in the world to take excess materials and produce sustainable products.

Hamlin’s journey began at Adidas America in 1993, at that time he was just one of 20 employees in North America working for the German apparel company. During his time at Adidas, factories would invoice him for excess fabric, sparking his curiosity about this cost.”

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