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Campus Chalet Embroidery

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2514 Old Lewis Road, P.O. Box 1198
Johnson City, TN 37605-1198
About Campus Chalet Embroidery
  • We are your #1 USA source for monograms and that custom embroidery project, whether it be patches & emblems, or direct embroidery on shirts, caps, jackets, etc.

    We also specialize in the "unusual" projects other embroiderers might consider too difficult to tackle and work closely with them to satisfy their own customers.

    Our entire staff has years of experience, which insures top quality for you! We invite you to check out our facilities and contact our personnel. Campus Chalet can help you turn your idea into stitches. We offer quick samples and quick order turnaround, along with offering you better pricing and quality than any “Made in America” company.

    In addition to embroidery services, the manufacturing of emblems and patches are a large segment of our business. Emblems are produced on multi-head machines in our Tennessee factory.

    Be sure to call Campus Chalet when embroidery jobs are too big or delivery demands are not possible.
Products by Campus Chalet Embroidery
  • American Made Emblems / Monograms

    Monogramming is an art that has been used by people throughout history to decorate clothing or to identify themselves. Using initials or names on clothing as monograms has allowed people to be part of a group or class of people. Monogramming still has a tinge of upper class in it. In the... Read more
  • Custom Embroidery

    Quality Embroidery is the result of state of the art graphics, digitizing, embroidery equipment and experienced personnel. Art for digitizing is first prepared in our graphics department. This art is then digitized and sampled. After which the embroidery sample is scanned or mailed to... Read more
  • Custom Embroidered Patches

    Monogramming is an art that has been used by people throughout history to decorate clothing or to identify themselves. Using initials or names on clothing as monograms has allowed people to be part of a group or class of people. Monogramming still has a tinge of upper class in it. In the... Read more