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Thread: Tee Shirts... Do you sell them?

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    Any of you others have designs or sayings on the shirt you wanna share?? Sue and I are trying to come up with catchy phrases....
     

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    We've done shirts every year and hoodies one year. Probably bringing hoodies back this year. We buy shirts online and a local printer prints them free. The advertising from them is priceless. I've seen a random stranger working out in the gym with our shirt and gave her a free ticket because I was so impressed.
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    Our owner does short sleeve and long sleeve t-shirts. We also sell hoodies every year. Each year our haunt has a different design so it keeps people who have bought things from previous years interested in getting another.

    I would guess it's worth it for our owner since she brings them back year after year (at least 10 years).
     

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    Here is the design we had done for our shirts this year - Quick and easy design that shows our logo and website. We had these done by Jakprints.com - They have always done a great job with everything we have had them do.
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    How do they do cost wise, thought?
     

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    #16
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    They are competitively priced - We ordered 48 Shirts and I think we paid $375.00 with shipping - and that was for a 5 color design, the less colors the less expensive. They also give haunters a discount of up to $75 on purchases.

    You can check out their stuff here: https://www.jakprints.com/haunt
     

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    Thanks!!!
     

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    New Republic did the new Flatline Radio T-Shirts, they're VERY professionally done. They've also made the T-shirts for HAuNTCon, Transworld Halloween and Attractions show, and several other attractions. He sells his shirts for a very good price, and is having sales all the time. You don't pay for shipping, screen fees, art fees, or anything else many other screen printing services have charged for. Also, since New Republic is a sponsor of Flatline Radio, if you mention our name, you get a discount off of your order. His ordering process is unique and very user friendly. How? You communicate directly with Steve, you call or email him to tell him what you want, and he gives you a quote. Since you communicate with him directly, he knows exactly what you want, and you know exactly what you are getting. New Republic is DEFINITELY a 5-Star business!

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    Pierce,

    I emailed Steve, so far, so good. I really like his quick responses and knowledge of PSD files and such. You'd be AMAZED at how many people seem confused as I'm emailing them regarding CMYK, rasterization, etc.

    Thanks again!
     

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