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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by heltershelton, Aug 13, 2019.
What do you think?
Weve got $1000 of shirts to sell at our next gig.
Very Jack Daniel's-ish
That will look good!
Two colors.....army green and black.
Love it! I predict it will sell out quickly!
Wouldn't change a thing, looks good.
I like it, a nice casual style that is visually appealing and one people identify with.
I like it.
The Olive Drab (?) should be the ticket.
I like it
At least it does not say "play authentic"
The Bees Knees
Sell 'em to us ?
That'll get you some varied national exposure.
( not the same as exposing yourself )
Looks good to me.
of course. I wish we could give em out for free.....but that aint gonna happen. we are paying boocoo bucks for all this stuff. these shirts will be sold for like either $20 or $25.....we haven't decided yet.
I coach a Robotics team and last year we printed our own shirts. Built screens, burned the artwork we created, I built a simple printing station to hold the shirt and screen frame. Kids each printed their own shirt. They had a good time so we're doing it again this year.
I ordered a couple dozen blank shirts from one of the shirt wholesalers for $2/shirt, for a closeout style, but I think the others are typically under $5/$6 each for the usual brands involved in concert and sports shirts. As for print speed, a couple of people getting a rhythm down can print a lot faster than I expected, even with the single station I built (there are faster rotary tables).
I have seen a few youtubers that sell trinkets and shirts, printing their own shirts to increase the spread between their Patreon price and costs or just lower the price they sell the shirt at. Shirts sell faster at $10-$15 than $20-$25.