Manufacturing Premium Garments Since 1949

About the CEO

Teddy Sadaka Apparel Production CEO

Theodore (Teddy) Sadaka is from a lineage of well-established garment manufacturers. He worked in the family business as a child growing up and through college. He became a partner in the family garment manufacturing business and operated the factory until 1987. In 1987, Teddy left his family business to become Vice President of Manufacturing at Leslie Fay (Breckenridge). From 1985 until his resignation in 1993, Teddy was Vice President of Manufacturing at Emanuel Ungaro, a division of GFT.

In 1993, Teddy opened Apparel Production to be exclusive agent for a start up company called Garfield and Marks. Apparel Production manufactured all of Garfield and Marks apparel until they were sold in 1998 with sales of over $40,000,000.00 (U.S.). Teddy and his staff handled the entire manufacturing process including patterns, production, and inventory control.