Local Business Continues to Thrive By Building School Pride

Gabe Uebel, Jeremy Dickerson, Jacob HoweGabe Uebel

A Lawrenceburg business continues to thrive and grow by helping Kentucky schools build local pride.

Gabe Uebel, owner of Splatter Inc, has been making screen printed shirts, hoodies, and more since 2004.  Through the years, Gabe and his team of three full time employees have produced branded clothing for many schools across the state, including many local sports programs.

He explained, that in Anderson County alone, Splatter Inc supports 19 of the 22 varsity programs as well as most of the middle school sports programs.  They’re also in 70 of the 120 counties in Kentucky, producing items for many of the major sports programs in those counties.

In addition to the sports programs, Splatter Inc also has done work for major corporations like Wild Turkey.  They’re also expanding into other areas including commercial printing and sign production.

Gabe expects to see even more success this coming year.  He is projecting a 20% growth in his business and may even look to expand into a larger facility in the coming future.  He also will continue to support helping many of the local organizations like the Lawrenceburg Rotary Club and the Anderson County Little League.

For more information about Splatter Inc, check out their website.

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