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: https://alumni.uga.edu/b100
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.