We have over 135 years of collective experience in this business.
Our goal is simple: To provide high quality service and workmanship, and to do so in a professional, reliable manner. Boring perhaps, but true.
What we do
We sell solutions. We produce things that promote the identity of our customers. Though our foundation is in apparel decoration, we are not limited to apparel. We have access to over 1,000,000 identity products.
How we do it
We attract and retain good people who care about their work. We invest in the best equipment. And we operate in a fun, but highly structured environment. Tough jobs and tight deadlines are routine, but the trick is in planning and preparation. We can produce at a moment's notice, but we prefer to be proactive in our approach. We guide our customers through the process and the sometimes difficult decisions to arrive at a solution that works for everyone. We combine know-how with a structured process, and we have the poise to accomplish even the toughest jobs as a matter of routine. In fact, nothing pleases us more than to have customers over to our house for a look around. It's plainly evident when they walk through the door that we run a tight, reliable operation.
Haney is originally from the midwest, founded Goodbye Blue Monday in Long Beach, CA as exclusive printer for Fresh Produce Sportswear in 1989 and moved the company to Boulder one year later. He is the father of three children, Tyler, Morgan and Brooks, and now lives a simple life with his dog Peach in a dusty farmhouse north of town.
Bill likes to laugh and have fun. He works to increase company profitability through effective financial analysis, improvements to process/operations, strategic planning and development of an effective sales team. Bill strongly holds that contributing team members are instrumental to our success.
Bill spends most of my time with his wife Susan, two sons, Will and Jake, and dog Feeney. He enjoys participating in Crossfit and watching low budget horror films, like Sharknado and Hostel.
Sales & Operations
The first thing you should know is that I cry at the Christmas Folger’s Coffee commercials.
I will read the last page of a book before I start it to be sure it ends happy because life is stressful enough so I like to have a sure thing.
I have two teenagers so I experience periods of brain fog because with all of their overwhelming drama.
I love the beach, warm chocolate chip cookies with a glass of milk and the time I get to spend with those I love.
I specialize in industries that reflect my personal interest and experience: natural and organic foods, breweries, restaurants, outdoor recreation, and schools/education. When I'm not in the office, I enjoy hiking with my dogs, weekend travel adventures, biking, and anything to do with water.
Born and raised in rural northern Illinois, I grew up fishing, playing sports, and enjoying the outdoors, which influenced my move to beautiful Colorado. These passions have translated into my professional career. I specialize in everything outdoors, from fun run event races to construction companies, there is no job too large or demanding. I have been in the graphic arts and apparel production industry for over nine years, starting when I was fifteen. I look forward to serving your company, you, and your current & future goals!
I am a dynamic figure, often seen scaling walls and crushing ice. I have been known to remodel train stations on my lunch breaks, making them more efficient in the area of heat retention. I am an expert in stucco, a veteran in love, and an outlaw in Peru. Using only a hoe and a large glass of water, I once single-handedly defended a small village in the Amazon Basin from a horde of ferocious army ants. I breed prizewinning clams. I have won bullfights in San Juan, cliff-diving competitions in Sri Lanka, and spelling bees at the Kremlin.
Stephanie King - Accounting, Ops
Stephanie provides administrative support for Goodbye Blue Monday. She is a native Coloradan and has worked in the accounting field for 15 years.
Along the way she's had various jobs including those in publishing, real estate and banking. She’s happily found a home with Goodbye Blue Monday these past two years. She enjoys traveling, hiking and gardening.