Interacting with customers on our website is a little like online dating. We want to make a good first impression but there’s just not enough space on our profile, er, homepage, to list all of the things we do well. I guess we could…but that’s no way to get a second date.
So let me take a few moments to point out five things I think make us special that you may not notice the first time you visit. Read more –>
Everyone’s looking for that perfect gift for the holidays – to give and to receive. You know, the one that won’t get thrown in the back of the dresser or closet; the one that won’t be put away and only brought out on “special occasions” (i.e. when the gift giver is around); the one followed by the heart-breaking, slow-motion response of “oh…wow…thanks…I never would have thought to ask for this…thanks.” Well I’m here to save you this holiday. Save you from yourself and save you from your friends. Here are some great gift ideas that everyone will love to wear. Read more –>
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 –>
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 –>
I love t-shirts, which is good since I work at a t-shirt company. Some of them are memories of events and groups from days past, some of them I’m not even sure are mine…but either way, I accumulate a LOT of t-shirts – too many to wear. I don’t want to be wasteful, so I set out to “go green” by finding a few great — and creative — ways to re-purpose, re-use, and recycle my old t-shirts.
So, if you clean out your drawers only to discover just how many T-shirts you’ve collected over the years, and you want to make use of them (even the ones that are on their last leg), check out these simple ideas… Read more –>