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Old 02-05-2012, 09:51 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by historyljc View Post
I don't know if this will helpful, but I'm more likely to a buy a cap.
Shirt - never.
Cap if i need one (different reason then dielse - bald head, not big belly:>)

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Old 02-05-2012, 10:15 AM   #16
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Well speaking from experience and the simple fact that we own a graphic, sign, and t-shirt business and have owned it since 1997 the world is alot smaller with the internetf and it keeps getting smaller with more and more competition. The t-shirt biz is a tough market simply because you have big players who can pump out 1000 shirts an hour or a small one man shop doing 48 an hour wether you are making wages or making a living paying bills or living life. The companies who print for big events prob make as much on 1000 shirts as a small guy makes on 250 shirts then there is the art that not only includes a design or knowing how to recreat a design but also knowing how to do vector art and knowing how to do color seperations make films and burn screens and all of this is after you get the customer to approve the design and you get paid or a deposit. Needles to say yes you can make money but in this economy my advice is to know what you are doing before you start and bring your A+ game its tough out there.

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There was a time when we would buy event T's at every biker rally or event we attended. The problem is they seem to grow! They give so many away these days. I get them and never even wear them. My wife goes through our clothes usually when we are in Mexico. We usually keep the best 25 or so and give away the other 50! I'm guessing almost everyone has the same over supply problem. I've purchased a few designer shirts and I do like Under Armour shirts, but I have not purchased an event shirt in years now.

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