Tag Archives: apparel

Who wears free t-shirts?

One of the most common articles of clothing that we custom imprint for our customers is the basic t-shirt. Sure, sometimes we do polo shirts or jackets — but t-shirts are the most common pieces of apparel we find customers requesting. Sometimes these t-shirts are for volunteers or staff members; other times they are to […]

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What t-shirts are you wearing?

Custom-imprinted apparel is something we deal with all the time here at Jag, but it can be a tricky thing to tackle sometimes. If you’re looking for something simple – a polo embroidered with your corporate logo – it’s no big deal. But oftentimes, people want t-shirts that speak volumes. They want t-shirts that people […]

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Proofreading can save face … and money

Here is yet another embarrassing example of proofreading – or lack thereof. The Colorado Rockies recently ordered 15,000 t-shirts designed to look like the jersey of star player Troy Tulowitzki to hand out at this past weekend’s game. The problem? The shirts misspelled the player’s name as “Tulowizki,” without the second “t.” What’s worse is, […]

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2014 Logo’d Apparel Style Watch

Logo’d apparel has come a long way since the basic beefy T was basically your only option. Sure, you can still get a basic unisex tshirt – but oh how the options have expanded beyond that! With so many options to choose from when selecting apparel to customize with your logo, here are some of […]

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A T-Shirt Design Worth Wearing

It’s not uncommon for companies and businesses to order t-shirts and other logo’d apparel, for one reason or another: as a product to sell as part of a uniform look for employees as a gift or reward for workers No matter what your reason, having a good design is always key – especially if you’re […]

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