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Wednesday, January 1, 2014

A Small Survey on T-Shirts

I've been thinking a lot about my dream of starting a t-shirt business. So I thought maybe a little survey might be in order.
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2 comments:

Dr. Phil (Physics) said...

Big thing about t-shirts is big. I typically these days wear a 7XLT -- and even then they aren't long enough. And printed shirts don't have the same give that plain shirts have. Which is why the last printed shirt I got was for the 2004 Clarion class.

Now hats on the other hand...

Dr. Phil

Gristle McThornbody said...

Just a note to say that I picked the high price for T-shirts just because I know that a good, heavy, quality shirt with decent printing, ordered in small quantities from the printer, need to be kinda pricey if you want to make any profit at all. I don't know if most people are willing to spend that much on a T-shirt though.