Senior behind award-winning start-up apparel firm to give ‘Spotlight’ presentation

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Jeremy Casso-Garcia

Jeremy Casso-Garcia

Jeremy Casso-Garcia, who won the Fredonia Technology Incubator’s Fall 2022 Student Business Competition with his start-up clothing brand Bluestripss Apparel, will be featured in the Student Business Spotlight at the Williams Center Horizon Room on Thursday, April 6, at noon.

Bluestripss Apparel, whose mission is to create apparel for everyone, focuses on creating awareness pertaining to the comfort level individuals have within themselves. Its apparel is intended to give everyone the opportunity to style the product in their own unique manner. 

After graduating from New Design High School, a fashion design-oriented school in New York City that has a significant focus on sustainability and economic growth, Mr. Casso-Garcia, a senior Business Administration major, realized that the fashion industry would be one of the first industries upon which he would leave his mark. 

“Interactive educational programs such as this provide entrepreneurs and students with a unique opportunity to obtain useful, hands-on information and an opportunity to ask presenters questions,” said incubator director Chuck Cornell. The event is free and open to the public and lunch will be provided. To register, go online. For more information, contact the incubator at (716) 680-6009 or via email

The incubator, an economic development program of SUNY Fredonia, works with external partners to promote economic growth by supporting entrepreneurship and development of new, innovative companies into successful business ventures.

For more information visit the incubator at: website or find them on Twitter @Tech_Incubator or on Instagram @fredtechincbtr.

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