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Summer Camp T-Shirts

A few weeks ago, I mentioned how much money you can save when ordering different items if you place the order all at once. Since we can use the same stencil on different shirts, we can group the order and pass the savings to you. Now let’s talk about how you can get even more flexibility in your order based on your design.

Most people think they are limited to one front and one back design. While the Design Lab showcases only one at a time, with the help of our customer representatives, we can mix and match different sides together to give your order more versatility.

For example, you can have your camp name on the front of a t-shirt with designs for each cabin on the back. I’m going to use this example to walk you through the process… Read more –>

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Different Color Group T-Shirts

Working in the Sales/Service Department, I love helping customers, especially large groups. Not only do I get to surprise them with a level of service they haven’t had before, I can also impress them with how much money they can save! Read more –>

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Glitter T-Shirts

We’re all humans here, and so we tend have a bit in common. We all love babies, greasy foods (admit it!), and we definitely love a good bargain. But do you know what else we love? Shiny things. Read more –>

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I trick or treated right up to the very end, right to that cusp where homeowners started to worry about whether they should open the door to the 6-foot-tall Care Bear standing on their stoop. Last year, I didn’t go…but I did have fun! My friends and I banded together to re-create childhood glee with what is now an annual Halloween Block Party.

We have bobbing for apples, a great costume contest, and spook-tacular treats.   So I don’t have to give up wearing costumes after all…which works out well because I don’t know where else I would wear my faux fur bunny suit…and Halloween can continue to be one of my favorite holidays.

If you’re considering a Halloween party, try your hand at branding your soiree with a scary t-shirt for your guests.  I suggest using fonts from the scary section for a gothic look, and keywords like “skeleton,” “zombie,” or “ghosts” to find lots of great clipart.

Still need a costume? Check out Amanda’s upcoming post for a few quick and easy ideas.

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Here at the office we just had a bake sale to benefit Susan G. Komen for the Cure. In an ideal world, I think there should be a system for matching donations to the number of calories consumed… but I guess there are far too many tasty things in this world for that to work. Read more –>

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