Knotty Tie: Quality Goods Make a Handsome Comeback

Co-founders Mark Johnson and Jeremy Priest started Knotty Tie Co., a social enterprise headquartered in Denver, Colorado, in an effort to provide employment opportunities for Colorado’s refugees and asylum-seekers. The company debuted in 2013, and has moved mountains since then. The company makes custom neckties, bowties, pocket squares, and scarves, all at an affordable price point.

Knotty Tie is a triple whammy with a triple bottom line.

  • Made in Denver, Colorado.
  • Helping resettling refugees earn a living wage. 
  • Implementing an eco-friendly process.

Most recently, we’re excited to announce that Knotty Tie recently opened up its first retail store!

Photo from Knotty Tie’s website
A Social Purpose

Knotty Tie Co. is redefining small-batch apparel manufacturing while demonstrating the positive impact a social mission can have for small businesses. The personalized design experience and innovative, on-demand manufacturing practices allow the company to make unique, one-of-a-kind products.

“As a social enterprise since our start, we’re passionate about creating meaningful employment opportunities for skilled resettled refugees. Their professional skills, combined with our advanced printing and production technology, results in the highest quality products possible in an environmentally responsible way.”

In the Denver area?

After five years of mastering the craft and doing good, Knotty Tie opened a retail tie and bowtie store on Sante Fe Avenue in Denver. Visit Knotty Tie at 989 Santa Fe Drive and support this booming and stylish social enterprise.

Want more?

Check out the Knotty Tie website and peruse!

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