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Buy Greek gear now, pay in installments over time.

Posted by stuff4GREEKS on 12/7/2023 to News
We now offer several pay in installments options on the final page of checkout.

Our Jackets On Stage At The Grammys!

Posted by Ethan King on 2/8/2023 to Current Spotlight Stories

Did you know we do way more than just Greek stuff?

One of our long-time clients--hip hop legends Grandmaster Flash and The Furious 5--get custom jackets made with us. This year, the recoding industry recognized the 50th anniversary of hip hop, and our jackets were on stage at The Grammys!
Check it out here:

And here's a clip of Jay-Z greeting Furious 5, where you can see a great shot of the light blue jacket and the white jacket we made for them.

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Our work has landed on the backs of several well-known celebs over the years—Rick Ross, Akon, and several NFL players to name a few.
Not to mention the work we've done for Netflix, Marvel Studios, Tyler Perry, and other film productions.
Whether you're starting a clothing brand, or you work for an established business, or you just want a dope Greek jacket, we can elevate your apparel to the next level.

5 Ways to Maximize Your Tax Refund

Posted by S4G on 3/11/2022 to News
5 Ways to Maximize Your Tax Refund
If you're getting a tax refund this year, here are some tips to get the most out of it.

1. Pay down debt.

According to, the average American family has over $15,000 in credit card debt. If you're in that boat, using yout tax refund to knock down a chunk of high-interest debt might be a smart strategy.

Paying down student loans, or paying off several small credit cards might also be a good idea. Some financial strategists believe that it is psychologically rewarding to completely pay off smaller accounts whenever you can, even if some other accounts might have higher interest rates.

2. Save for a rainy day.

If you have debt under control, make sure you have emergency funds set aside. Calculate how much money you need to cover expenses for one month - food, rent, utilities, gas, bills, etc. The typical advice is that you should have 6 to 9 times that amount in a savings account. Life is unpredictable, and you need to be prepared for unexpected surprises like car repairs, medical bills, etc.

3. Invest in yourself.

Are you prepared for retirement? Are you maxing out your 401k plan? If your employer offers a contribution match, you may want to start there because that's free money. You may also be able to deduct up to $18,000 of it on your taxes. If you don't have a 401k, you may want to consider opening a traditional or a Roth IRA.

You can also invest in yourself in less traditional ways. Some of our customers express interest in starting their own Greek stores. Check out our Greekpreneur program to see if it's a good fit for you (limited availability). 

If you already own a Greek store, bookstore, or a related business, take a look at our wholesale program and maybe offer some new products to your customers. 

4. Give back.

It always feels good to help others. You might consider tithing more to your church, or researching non-profit organizations. Which causes mean the most to you?

Every year, we donate a portion of sales from our Breast Cancer Awareness tees to Susan G. Komen, and to The Pink Frog Foundation.

We look forward to giving more this year, and in years to come.

5. Treat yourself.

If you have all of the above bases covered, it may be time to pamper yourself a bit. Maybe treat yourself to a nice vacation, or splurge on that custom line jacket you've been wanting for years. It just so happens we're having a Tax Refund sale right now, but it's so good it won't last forever. The clock is ticking...hurry! Shop all custom gear now..

Know your history. Embrace your letters.

Posted by stuff4GREEKS on 1/15/2022 to News

From left to right - Hosea Williams (Phi Beta Sigma), Jesse Jackson (Omega Psi Phi), Martin Luther King, Jr. (Alpha Phi Alpha), Ralph Abernathy (Kappa Alpha Psi) on the balcony of the Lorraine Motel - April 3, 1968.

Above: From left to right - Hosea Williams (Phi Beta Sigma), Jesse Jackson (Omega Psi Phi), Martin Luther King, Jr. (Alpha Phi Alpha), Ralph Abernathy (Kappa Alpha Psi).

All members of all fraternities and sororities should know and embrace the significance of this photo. It was taken at the Lorraine Hotel in Memphis, Tennessee, the day before Dr. King was assassinated in April 1968.

Greek life is more than just letters, colors, and parties... but often times, the general public does not understand this. The media tends to paint a negative picture of Greeks by focusing on stories of brutal hazing and binge drinking. To combat this negativity, wear your letters with pride and show people through your service that Greeks make a difference and bring about positive change in the world.

Today our nation celebrates the life of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. We must honor and keep his dream alive not just today, but every day.

Note: Several people have asked if they can buy a poster of the above photo. We have historically said "no" to this request, but due to the recent government shutdown, posters are available here for a limited time, and ALL of the profits are donated to The King Center in Atlanta.

A real life horror story.

Posted by stuff4GREEKS on 3/31/2021 to News
We wanted to share a scary story that happened in real life. 

A group of sorority sisters needed some line jackets, but for some reason they went with a local unlicensed company instead of coming to S4G first.

Look at the photos below that one of them sent us and you'll be shocked! Cheap stick-on letters (AKA's colors are pink and green, not orange)...and just sloppy work in general. Can you believe this!?

Sadly, this is not a hoax. This really happened.
Please understand that we are not trying to ridicule these young ladies. On the contrary, we feel sorry that this happened to them, so we are using this story to warn others.
If they would have come to S4G first, they would have been given a precise proof to show exactly how each jacket will look before we begin production, and they would have a lifetime guarantee on their embroidery.
Plus, our work is super clean and precise when compared to all other companies. Take a look. 

And last, but certainly not least, we are licensed vendors, which means everything we do is approved by and meets the standards of the sorority's national headquarters. We are Greek-owned, and we know the do's and don'ts of Greek paraphernalia.

To their credit, these young ladies wanted to bring their order to us after the fact, but it was too late because the other company already started on their jackets and wouldn't give their money back. What a nightmare! 

We hope it all works out for them. If not, we are here to help.
The lesson: Don't let this happen to you. Choose wisely the first time. Whether you need 1 or 1000 jackets, let the experts at S4G to handle your order with love and perfection.

Shop Now, Pay Later - Split Your Payment Into Installments with No Interest

Posted by S4G on 4/27/2020 to News

If your order is $99 or more, you'll see additional payment options at checkout. If approved, you'll be able to split your payment into equal installments over time.

Does it check your credit? Klarna and Sezzle do a “soft check” which doesn’t have an impact on your credit score. This information is used to help verify your identity, minimize fraud risk, and approve you to pay in installments.

PayPal Credit is another option. If approved, you may be able to pay over 6 months with no interest. However, PayPal Credit may require a full credit check to get you approved.

What are the payment terms? The approval process is handled on an individual basis by the third-party companies. They will show you your terms during the checkout process.

KelsTells - Custom Line Jacket Unboxing & Review | stuff4GREEKS by Zeus’ Closet

Posted by KelsTells on YouTube on 3/27/2020 to Customer Comments
Check out our friend Kelsey's reaction when she first tries on her custom line jacket...

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We appreciate Kelsey's honest review of her custom Sigma Gamma Rho line jacket, and how our process works from start to finish. We love her genuine reaction when she first sees herself in the jacket :)

When Should You Stop Wearing Greek Paraphernalia?

Posted by Corey Jones on Youtube on 11/24/2019 to News
Our friend Corey recently posted this video about when you should stop wearing Greek Paraphernalia. Watch for the answer...

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Line Jacket Reactions!

Posted by stuff4GREEKS Customers on 1/8/2019 to Testimonials
We love to see people's faces when they first open their line jacket! Check out some of the reactions caught on video below.

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Do you have a video of you or someone unboxing their jacket from stuff4GREEKS? If so, send it to us for a chance to win a $100 Amazon gift card.

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Minority-Led Business Named to UGA’s List of 100 Fastest-Growing Companies

Posted by University of Georgia Alumni Association on 1/7/2019 to News

Originally posted on SNN News

Atlanta, GA — Zeus’ Closet, an Atlanta-based store that sells personalized clothing, is among the businesses selected for the 10th anniversary class of the Bulldog 100: Fastest Growing Bulldog Businesses. Hosted by the University of Georgia Alumni Association, the Bulldog 100 is a program that will determine and award the 100 fastest growing businesses that are owned or operated by UGA Alumni, each year.

Zeus’ Closet made the list for the 2nd year in a row, its 4th time on the list overall (the company was listed in 2010 and 2011, under a different name, APGG).

The store first opened in 2009 as a Greek store for collegiate fraternity/sorority paraphernalia, then quickly expanded to serve embroidery, printing, and promotional products to other markets.

Ethan King, Co-founder & President (UGA ‘99), and Monica Allen, Co-founder & Vice President (UGA ’96), will be presented with the award at a reception on January 26, 2019, at the Hyatt Regency in Atlanta. “It is a tremendous honor to receive this award. There are several top-notch companies represented, and we are thrilled to have once again made the list” says King. “We are thankful for the great education and experiences that we had at the University of Georgia. Those experiences helped shape our lives and our business.”

“The UGA Alumni Association is incredibly proud,” said Frances Beusse, Senior Director of Alumni Outreach. “The Bulldog 100 embody the best of the University of Georgia.”

Out of over 500 companies that were nominated, the committee selected the top 100 based on compounded annual growth rate for the previous three years.

Information about the program, including a complete list of the Bulldog 100 Class of 2019 is available on the UGA Alumni Association website:

About Zeus’ Closet:

Zeus’ Closet is a monogramming and custom t-shirt store that makes personalized apparel for corporations, fraternal organizations, film studios, other institutions and individuals. The company has several ecommerce brands, including stuff4GREEKS, FratBrat, and iCatchr, as well as brick-and-mortar retail stores in Atlanta and Kennesaw, Georgia.

S4G Featured in Stitches Magazine

Posted by Theresa Hegel on 11/30/2015 to News
stuff4GREEKS was recently featured again in the media. Stitches Magazine is a publication about the embroidery industry. The article, titled "Greek Apparel Specialist Caters to Online Audience" describes S4G's social media strategy. An excerpt from the article is as follows: "When you speacialize in custom embroidered Greek apparel, it's important that you know your audience." Read the full article here on Stitches' Digital website (page 20).

2015 Holiday Greek Wear Gift Guide

Posted by S4G on 11/19/2015 to News
2015 Holiday Greek Wear Gift Guide
We just ran the stats to determine our top-selling products for the year thus far. Since Christmas is only a few weeks away, we're sharing this with you for some fraternity and sorority gift ideas to fit any budget. Click "Read more" to see the list...

"Classic Man" Remake for Kappa Alpha Psi

Posted by Deuce Jones on 8/31/2015 to News
Ever heard the song "Classic Man" by Jidenna? Well it was only a matter of time before the brothers of Kappa Alpha Psi made it their own. Check out the remake "Kappa Man" below.

We can already hear this playing at the homecoming games, parties, and step shows. Our question to the Nupes is... what will you be wearing when you're on the scene and this is playing in the background?

More Than Meets The Eye

Posted by S4G on 6/26/2014 to News
More Than Meets The Eye
Transformers Optimus Prime Jackets
On the dawn of the latest Transformers movie release, we thought it befitting to show off some of the custom pieces we've embroidered for people over the years that involve the shape-shifting alien robots. Take a look...

10 Years of Atlanta Greek Picnic

Posted by Tisean on 6/2/2014 to News
AGP COVERThe Atlanta Greek Picnic weekend is the #1 yearly Greek event amongst 9 other events across the country designed to provide members of the prestigious Divine Nine Greek letter organization a unique experience. Our retail Greek clothing store, Zeus' Closet has been a contributing partner for the last 5 years and we don't see this partnership slowing down anytime soon.

5-Year Anniversary of Our Atlanta Greek Store

Posted by Zeus' Closet on 4/18/2014 to News

April 18, 2014 – For several years, stuff4GREEKS was an online-only company with no physical location. The web store quickly became popular for creating highly-elaborate custom fraternity and sorority apparel. In the early years of the company, the owners and about 6 employees worked out of a basement. Then in 2009, the company purchased and built out a 4000 sq ft commercial building in midtown Atlanta. The Marietta Blvd space includes a walk-in retail store, modern loft-style offices, and a state-of-the-art production facility.

As their customer base continued to expand beyond just the fraternity and sorority market, the owners decided to name the brick-and-mortar store Zeus’ Closet, instead of naming it after the website stuff4GREEKS. When asked the reason behind the store name, co-founder Ethan King says... read the full press release here

A new look for Custom Baseball Jerseys

Posted by S4G on 3/14/2014 to News

Greek Baseball Jerseys

It's almost baseball season... well in the mind of a true baseball fan, it's ALWAYS baseball season... but either way, we have a brand new look for our Custom Greek Mesh Baseball Jerseys...

How to Easily Coordinate A Big Order of Custom Line Jackets for a Large Group of People

Posted by S4G on 3/13/2014 to News

Coordinating a group order? We just made your life easier.

It all starts with ONE. You no longer have to pay a big lump sum to get your group order started. You don't even need to pay half up front. Just order the first item in the group and we'll get the ball rolling. Click the "Read more" link for more details...

New specialty fabrics + lower pricing

Posted by Ethan on 2/19/2014 to News
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We just launched 18 new patterns of specialty fabric for you to choose from to make your Greek letters unique. Plus you can even provide your own fabric.

*** ALSO - prices reduced! Now add specialty fabric for just $15 (was $25), or specialty camo for $25 (was $50).***

How to order: Choose the new letter styles under the "Letter Color" section on our custom apparel order forms. These fabrics are currently for embroidered (sewn-on) letters only.

Enhance Your Greek Life with Clothing Items

Posted by Matt W on 1/20/2014 to News
...As part of a Greek brotherhood, I knew the importance of having apparel that represented the Greek life. I searched through hundreds of Greek gear databases, looking for Phi Kappa Psi only gear. S4G contains the Greek-only apparel that allow you to enrich your Greek life...

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