Storm Creek's Showroom Tour
April 20, 2023
Storm Creek’s CEO Teresa Fudenberg hosts Twin Cities Live in our showroom to discuss what we’re doing to positively impact the environment.
- 2,000 gallons of water are used to make one pair of jeans! 700 gallons of water are used to make one cotton dress shirt. Cotton takes an incredible amount of water to process and dye.
- Just 13 gallons of water are used to make a Storm Creek button-up dress shirt.
- As Twin Cities Live reporter, Kelli, says, we’re “saving the planet one garment at a time.”
- We make clothes out of recycled plastic water bottles. This process includes cleaning these bottles, grinding them into chips, then into smaller flakes, then into beads. Finally, the beads are spun into polyester yarn.
- For our 2023 Everyday Eco Festival, we partnered with the University of Minnesota, WasteWise and Mississippi Park Connection (MPC). 10% of our event profits went to MPC.
Learn more about our processes:
- PFAS: Why We’re Phasing Them Out of Our Products
- From Bottle to Better: How We Turn Plastic Bottles Into Clothing