College of Business launches eStore

PULLMAN – The College of Business at WSU has recently established an eStore where alumni and supporters of the college can purchase branded, high-quality WSU CB merchandise. Fifteen percent of sales from the store, operated by Cuda Apparel of Spokane, go to the college to provide funding for student programs.

The store offers a selection of men’s and women’s apparel, outerwear and accessories in a range of prices, and carries a variety of national labels including Nike Golf, OGIO, and PING. In keeping with the college’s vision of positive societal impact, the store also includes eco-friendly products made from bamboo and polyester made from recycled materials.

“This is a great opportunity for the college’s alumni and friends to display their pride and support for the CB,” said CB Dean Eric Spangenberg.

To celebrate the launch of the new store, the college is offering shoppers a 10 percent discount (promotional code: newwsub). The discount offer is valid through April 15; to shop at the store, visit

Cuda Apparel has been providing the schools, businesses and communities of the Inland Northwest with the high-quality custom screen-printing, embroidery and tackle twill since 1988. They specialize in college, corporate, sports and customized apparel for all occasions, and offer custom-decorated shirts, sweatshirts, jackets, hats, caps, bags, aprons and other wearables.

The WSU College of Business is accredited at the baccalaureate, master’s, and doctoral levels by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. The college spans the four campuses of WSU with the largest campus in Pullman and urban campuses located in Spokane, Vancouver, and the Tri-Cities area. The college conducts scholarly and applied research, and offers degree programs in a variety of business disciplines, and in hospitality business management, supplementing face-to-face offerings through innovative online learning and international programs. For more information, visit the college’s Web site at

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