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The shirts Tran sews are for the Texas Department of Transportation. McElroy is focused on attracting non-governmental clients, too. They're even connecting with fashion-oriented companies, like the Dallas-based Upland Bespoke . Founder Kathryn Beach could have had the hunting vests that she designs made in New York City, where her clothing line for kids is produced, but she wanted to be true to her Texas roots, she said. Kathryn Bleach, founder of Upland Bespoke, has employees at Dallas Lighthouse for the Blind create her company's sporting vests. “I have five children, and I wanted to be closer to my family and office so that I could oversee manufacturing and not have to do everything over the phone or flying to New York,” Beach said. The high-end vests are now sold in Bass Pro shops in Grapevine and San Antonio. Mark Riccobono, president of National Federation of the Blind, said getting this kind of experience — making high-end products for companies on the rise — could be really helpful for visually impaired workers. “We would like to see that spin out more and more to other areas, so that it's not just blind people working in a particular location, but it’s blind people who are contributing to all sorts of companies and organizations,” he said. Riccobono hopes people with visual impairments come into places like Dallas Lighthouse for the Blind to gain skills and experience, and if they’re interested, find work for mainstream manufacturers. Trilon Lias is sewing pockets on a bright orange safety vests. He's using a custom plastic guide to help the edges line up.
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