Our Mission: Helping People Share Who They Are With The World. By Fred Meyers, President and Founder What does this mean? It starts with the first word, helping. In its simplest terms, we are here to help however we can. Yes we charge for our services, but our goal is not to simply make money, … Continue reading Blah, Blah, Blah…Does Our Mission Statement Really Mean Anything?
Originally published 6/13/2112 and republished while Queensboro struts its stuff at today's Wilmington Biz Expo. Get down to the Wilmington Convention Center and check it all out! In today’s highly competitive environment, a business should take advantage of any opportunity to promote its products or services. A very effective way to get your name out there is … Continue reading Blast From the Past: Be the One They Go Home With: Custom Logo Giveaways Are a Hit at Trade Shows
Originally published 11/12/2008 - polos never get old or go out of style! When you read the Queensboro website, you find lots of weird words like “double needle stitched” and “placket.” Today, we solve the mystery for you, giving you the anatomy of a polo shirt. While each style of shirt is different, polo style … Continue reading Blast from the Past: Anatomy of a Polo
Do you want to work out in wool, practice your tennis swing wearing a scarf, watch the sunrise on a windy beach with a ball cap that keeps flying off your head? Common occurrences at the start of the 20th Century, but thanks to two American pioneers and a surprisingly progressive view on cross-dressing, we … Continue reading A Brief Exploration of the Evolution of the Hoodie
This year we celebrate 20 years in Wilmington NC, after moving from New York in February of 1995. While this beautiful riverfront city itself has grown in leaps and bounds, Queensboro has followed that same trajectory and we're proud to celebrate! A few fun facts about our time in Wilmington include the best statistic of all: … Continue reading Memories of 20 Years in Wilmington
In many ways, the work is all the same. Parts are repetitive, so much so that you develop a speed that seems improbable, making best use of each second, no wasted motions, no need to think. Other parts are troubleshooting -- the familiar obstacles that produce the same bumps in the road every day. You … Continue reading So you think it’s easy? A Customer Service Rep spends a day on the production floor