Establishes Operations In Charlottesville, Va. — a McLean, Va.-based online provider of custom digital and screen printing and
embroidery services for apparel and accessories — has established a digital and screen printing
operation for custom apparel in Charlottesville, Va. The company plans to add more than 100 jobs at
the facility, which currently employs around 30 people. The new printing operations will account
for a large share of the company’s order volume.

“This is an exciting step for CustomInk,” said President Marc Katz. “The Charlottesville
location should create the right conditions for the success of our production operation and give us
a lot of flexibility over the long-term.”

Founded in 2000 by former college classmates Marc Katz, Mike Driscoll and Dave Christenson,’s business has rapidly expanded. The company, which has been recognized for its
entrepreneurialism and workplace environment, now employs more than 275 people and has printed more
than 15 million custom T-shirts.

“What began as an idea among three college classmates has grown into quite an entrepreneurial
company,” said Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell. “Albemarle County is the perfect fit for
CustomInk’s expansion, as the region provides the workforce that the company is targeting,
including recent UVA graduates.”

March 22, 2011