T Shirts do you know of any good suppliers?

I want to give my people T Shirts as a give away and wonder if any of you kind people make these? Please let me know.
Thankyou for reading this!

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Hey there @p1rate, I’ve had a great experience using TeeSpring and CustomInk in the past :slight_smile:

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Many Thanks Mindy I appreciate you getting back to me !!

I make t-shirts at various POD sites. Check out my Zazzle shop HERE - many of the shirt designs can be customized just by typing in your own text, and some have a place for you to upload your own images, too :slight_smile:

And I can also do a custom design for you and get it ready to order on the t-shirt :wink:

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Thanks for the reply I will look into your site and may get back to you.

cheers

Pat

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I use Campus Marketing Specialists for all my promo items. Very good to work with, quick turnaround and you can get everything from t-shirts to pop sockets to caps, cups. etc., Ask for Cyndi and tell her Casey sent you. :wink:

I recently found Printful.com - they connect to Etsy, Amazon, Woocommerce, everything. Haven’t opened our store yet but I love it so far!

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I only wanted to use print-on-demand and currently use TeeSpring. I like the product range and I’ve been impressed with the quality. They are global and print from both the US and UK and the options do change depending on where you order from. They are currently trying to simplify their site and this has caused some issues as far as shipping costs are concerned but I think these are just teething problems.

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Hey Pat! We use Printful for one-off “thank-you” tees for patrons, and Blankstyle for larger silkscreening orders (e.g., for tour). Hope this helps! – jamie

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FWIW, I actually had a really good experience with VG Kids: https://www.vgkids.com/garments/info

I was looking for a really high-quality T-shirt for my readers, something they would actually want to wear because it was soft and comfortable. And I wanted high-quality printing too. You can order samples at a discount, and after checking out 5 different brands, I went with the Next Level Unisex Cotton Crew Neck Tee, and really liked it. I also found their graphics team to be professional and responsive. It’s not Print-On-Demand—you’ll need to order in bulk to get the best discounts—but if you’re looking to give them out to a bunch of folks, it can be worth it.

It’s been a few years since I’ve used them (2014), but my fiancé used them for creating T-shirts for his chorus just a couple years back and also had a good experience. Worth a look, anyway. :slight_smile:

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Definitely check out https://www.brandmarinade.com They do all my merch.

Tell them I sent you too!

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I do custom screenprinting!

shellycreatesit@gmail.com
https://www.shellycreatesit.com

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