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Wino Saur Dinosaur Wine Shirt

(3 customer reviews)

$22.99

Did the last blog convince you to give live printing a try Wino Saur Dinosaur Wine Shirt . (Hard to turn down the chance to build your clientele, right?) Now you’re probably wondering, how do you get in at an event? It’s all about who you know. Your buddy helps out at an annual wine festival and needs shirts. A client hosts a softball tournament and wants tourney tees. The brewery down the street has a trivia night each week and thinks it’d be fun to have live printing to attract more people. You never know who may need shirts, so always network demonstrate the wide set of skills you have. You’ll be the first person that’ll come to their mind when they need shirts.

Wino Saur Dinosaur Wine Shirt, hoodie, sweater, longsleeve and ladies t-shirt

Wino Saur Dinosaur Wine  Classic Women'S T-Shirt
Classic Women’S
Wino Saur Dinosaur Wine  Long Sleeved T-Shirt
Long Sleeved
Wino Saur Dinosaur Wine  Unisex Sweatshirt
Unisex Sweatshirt
Wino Saur Dinosaur Wine  Unisex Hoodie
Unisex Hoodie
Wino Saur Dinosaur Wine  Classic Men's T-shirt
Classic Men’S

You can also make the connection yourself Wino Saur Dinosaur Wine Shirt . Reach out the event manager at an upcoming festival or concert, the director of a sports tournament, the owner of a business down the street. Do some research and discover areas that are lacking shirts that could really benefit from having  When you pitch the idea of having live printing at the event, demonstrate how much value it’ll add to attendee’s experience as well as the administrators’ experience. Many people have never seen a squeegee pulled. The excitement that bubbles over when you lift that screen, showing off the new print. It’s magical. Convey the thrill live printing conjures, and how it’ll make that event that much better. To make it more enticing, you can also throw in the idea of printing artwork that’ll only exist at the event. Printing artwork just for the weekend or day will motivate more people to purchase a shirt, and then you don’t have to deal with people wanting more shirts after the event. Having limited availability for the artwork is another way to make their event more unique.
Live printing makes the lives of the administrators easier because they don’t have to order a ton of shirts, hope that they sell them all, and set aside the headache of having boxes of unsold shirts taking up space.  Push to be the only shirt vendor at the event. You have to put in a lot of time and money to essentially bring a mini version of your shop to the event. Why bother all that work if you have to compete with another printer? Another great question to ask is how many people will be going to the event. If it’s less than 50, live printing may not be the best investment for you (offer to print the shirts as a regular order instead). This is your chance to show off your business to hundreds, if not thousands, of more people. Therefore, bigger events should be your priority. Alright, now that you’re convinced to live print and have an event in mind, the next step is figuring out finances and what to bring. Next week, we’ll look into what equipment you’ll need, how much shirts to bring, how many designs to offer, and the finances behind it all.

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3 reviews for Wino Saur Dinosaur Wine Shirt

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    Patrick Kremer

    Great Shirt
    I do screen printing as a hobby for family and friends, this shirt works for me as its not expensive, but great quality. Fits as stated by size chart. Works wonderfully for screen printing.

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    Mary Stensrude

    Good value
    It’s summer and I practically live in T-shirts every day. I bought three of the two-packs in different colors and all were cut to fit the same, colors were very true to photos. Soft, comfortable, I’d definitely buy more if needed.

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    Virginia Patton

    Nice shirts for the price
    I am happy with the shirts, the are not so heavy and not so thin. the quality is good. I wear size M, but I was thinking to buy size L because most the reviews complaint about the shrinkage. anyhow, I decided to buy size M, when I got the shirts they were quite large for size M. after I washed and hot dried them, they shrink a bit, now they fit me very well. the only complaint is the color. i bought army green, but I was expecting a little bit more darker green. the army green I got is quite old, looks like Vietnam war green…

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