Posts Tagged ‘hats’

Custom Hats For Phoenix Industrial Insulation Corp

Tuesday, June 11th, 2013

Welcome to Phoenix Industrial Insulation Corp

We are an industrial insulation contractor that provides custom machine-sewn thermal insulated blankets to power plants throughout the state of Oklahoma and beyond.

We also provide the scaffolding and insulation services necessary for the timed quarterly power outages our customers schedule at each plant. Our blankets are machine manufactured, and as a result they are of a higher quality than our competitors’ products, meaning they are more durable and professional looking in nature. 


Custom Hats for Sonoma Valley

Friday, April 26th, 2013

These Sonoma Valley is the closest wine region to San Francisco, just 45 minutes north, and the birthplace of the California premium wine industry. The Franciscan Mission fathers, who founded the Mission San Francisco Solano de Sonoma in 1823, also planted vineyards here in 1824. In 1857, Hungarian “Count” Agoston Haraszthy, a pioneer in wine research, planted the first major vineyard of European varieties in Sonoma, setting California on the path to becoming the leading wine region in the United States.

Today you can visit the Franciscan Mission, the last of 21 California missions established by Father Junipero Serra, located on the historic Sonoma Plaza, and see the original quarters of the earliest grape growers. The nearby Buena Vista winery, founded by Haraszthy, is the state’s first premium winery and a California Historical Landmark. You can then explore the rest of the Valley’s vineyards, where many of the world’s finest wines continue to be born.

Sonoma Valley Wine Hats

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What is the difference between a Hat & a Cap?

Monday, March 19th, 2012

A CAP is a brimless head covering with or without a visor. Examples: a baseball cap has a visor to protect eyes from the sun; a ski cap is a knitted head covering without a visor.

A HAT is a head covering, usually with a crown and a brim. Examples: a fedora has a crown with a crease and a brim; a top hat has a flat top crown and a brim.

A visor only extends around the front of the hat while a brim completely encircles the hat.