Blue Moon Sportswear was established in Dallas, TX in 1985,  and relocated to Aubrey, TX in  2009.  Our plant features state of the art Tajima, Brother, Gerber and M&R equipment.  Our appliqué cutting department handles a large volume of tackle twill, leather and other fabrics. Our internal Art/Design department allows our customers to translate their concepts to powerful visual statements.
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Home Company Stores Galleries Apparel Blue Moon Sportswear, Inc. 4760 HWY 377 South Aubrey, TX 76227 (940) 365-0060 (p) (940) 365-0073 (f) Contact Us
 • Logo Digitizing
 • Tajima / Brother Embroidery, Tackle Twill and 
Screen Printing Machinery (69 Sewing Heads)
 • In Business Since 1985
 • Fast Turn Around Time
 • Competitive Pricing
 • Fire Retardant Clothing
 • Company store, with online order access
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Holly Beadle with Rusty Wallace at the 2006 Speedway Childrens Charity Article about Holly Beadle and the Funny Car Holly Beadle and Raymonds first NHRA National Event Win at the 1975 US Nationals Holly Beadle warming up Angie for a Dressage Competition at the Los Collinas Equestrian Center
An Interview with Holly Beadle by ABC Wide World of Sports at the 1975 NHRA US Nationals in Indanapolis.
Holly Beadle....
The Woman Behind Blue Moon

Holly Beadle has been the faceless force behind every endeavor that she has been involved with. She has never liked being in the limelight, and has always let her actions speak for her. At the end of 1974 Holly and Raymond partnered with Harry Schmidt to bring Harry’s top fuel Funny Car The Blue Max out of retirement. She was the main income earner in the early years allowing Raymond to pursue sponsors and promote the car. They had the Blue Max name copyrighted, and became one of the top Funny Cars in the Nation. Holly was behind the merchandising of the Blue Max Apparel line selling hundreds of thousands Halter Tops and T-Shirts, making the Blue Max one of the first teams to sell apparel on a level of this magnitude. Holly and Raymond built an Empire in the racing world, expanding into Nascar and World of Outlaws in 1983. Heading up the apparel-merchandising plan for all three racing teams. They won a total of 7 World Championships in 3 different automotive racing sanctions: NHRA in 79-80-81, IHRA in 75-76-81. The only Pro Team to win the NHRA and IHRA World Championships in the same year, a feat that will probably never happen again. The last World Championship came 1989 in Nascar with Rusty Wallace driving for them. In 1985 Holly started DRAW (Drag Racing Association of Women) which is still in operation today. This all-volunteer group organized fundraisers and has donated over 4 million dollars to injured racers to help pay for their recoveries. The first drag racer DRAW helped was Shirley Muldowney and to date they have helped 799 families. In 1990 Holly and Raymond divorced and Holly changed Blue Max Sportswear to Blue Moon Sportswear. And is still the faceless force behind Blue Moon today.
Holly Beadle with their Wally for winning the  1980 Mile High Nationals.. First Official DRAW meeting at the 1985 Winter Nationals; Bottom left  Jannie Oswald, Holly Beadle, Lynn Prudhomme Back Left  Diane Hedrick, Linda McCulloch, Laura Earwood, Penny Beck Ryan Beadle accepts the Wally for the 1984 Mile High Nationals Holly Beadle with Billy Gibbons of ZZ-Top at the Houston Race (The Guys in the band would tuck their beards into their shirts and wore Blue Max caps so they wouldn't be recognized.. Holly Beadle in the Winners Circle of the 1988 Oakwood Homes 500 the teams 3rd Win of the Season Holly Beadle putting a Blue Max Pin on Ryan in the Back of their Blue Max Tow Truck Holly Beadle on Sugar competing at the Diamond T-Arena Devin Crotts with NBA Championship Trophy Holly Beadle and Devin Crotts Devin Crotts in Dragster
An Interview with Devin Crotts by ABC News about the Mavs 2006 NBA Finals Jerseys.

Devin Crotts....