ISC, the leading provider of customised team wear apparel in Australia has joined VICSPORT as an Exclusive Preferred Supplier of team wear and sport apparel.
For almost three decades, ISC has prided themselves on supplying sporting teams at all levels, schools and businesses, with high-quality technical apparel. ISC have worked with some of Australia’s biggest sporting teams and is one of the most recognisable and largest team wear providers in the country.
ISC CEO & Managing Director, Jason Schulman said, “ISC is committed to enhancing every teams’ journey, on and off the sporting field. From traditional sports in Victoria such as Aussie Rules, all the way to new pursuits such as Quidditch, ISC continues to provide quality uniforms and apparel for teams of every kind. “Our partnership with VICSPORT shares the common belief that sport and leisure is instrumental in a healthy society. Through this partnership, we will assist VICSPORT in their commitment to providing their members with the very best resources, advice and support.”
VICSPORT members will receive exclusive access to ISC’s services with team wear available across a range of sports.
With a large team of professional designers and custom apparel specialists to assist and guide you through the creative journey, ISC can also help create bespoke, custom ranges as well as matching the look of existing products.
VICSPORT CEO, Lisa Hasker said, “VICSPORT is very excited to be working with leading team wear and sport apparel provider ISC. ISC has a history of producing high quality team wear for all levels of sport and schools. We are proud to partner with ISC and share the common goal of getting more Victorians, more active, more often.”
For over 30 years VICSPORT has provided advice, assistance and support to its members and the broader sports community.Through their extensive network, VICSPORT's constituency includes 16,000 clubs and associations and over 3.9 million participants including paid staff and volunteers who make a significant contribution to the social, physical, mental and economic wellbeing of the Victorian community.