Faq

What is your minimum order?
Minimum order is 10 pieces per-design, If you need muliple colours please contact us and we will work with you.
How much does it cost?
It really depends on what "it" is. Pricing varies depending on quantity, shirt style, shirt color, and print colors. If you are working on a budget, let us know. We will do our best to suggest apparel choices and modifications to your artwork that will make things a bit cheaper. You can send us an email with your order details, or simply click on "Request a Quote" to get started with pricing info.
How long will my order take?
Standard turnaround time is 7-10 business days (Monday through Friday, excluding major holidays). Turnaround time begins once we have received payment, and all artwork and order details have been approved by the customer. Larger, more complex orders will often take a bit longer, and we will let you know that if you are placing an order that falls into this category. We do take on rush orders at an additional cost when we are able to fit them into our schedule.
Do I get the shirts from you or do I provide them?
Whatever works best for you. We carry t-shirts from most major brands including American Apparel, Next Level, Hanes, Gildan , Bella, Anvil, and many more at a reasonable price. We're also happy to print on any new, unwashed cotton or cotton-poly blend t-shirts that you provide. If you do supply your own apparel, we ask that you bring it sorted by size and color, and separated by design if you are running multiple jobs.
Do you sponsor sports teams?
If you don't have a sponsor please let us know and we will give you 10% off of your order in return we will put our business logo on your jerseys.
How do I prepare and send my artwork?
Artwork may be sent via email or it can be uploaded through our designer platform while completing your online order. Art should be sent as a vector file - Adobe Illustrator (.ai or .eps) or Corel Draw (.cdr). Please convert all your fonts to outlines and save your file as a PDF. If you are sending an image file (.jpg or .png), save it at 300 dpi (minimum) at actual print size to ensure a high quality image. All copy should be 10 points or higher and lines should be no thinner than 1 point.
 

 

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