Thursday, February 16, 2012

6 Ideas to Make Your Imprinted T-Shirts Stand out from the Others

This is the month when companies and community organizations begin to think about their apparel-based promotions and yes, T-Shirts take up a big part of those budgets... Why you ask? 

The cost is very low and the is a large amount of space to imprint your message. From baseball battles to horror movies, there are some pretty Creative Ideas out there. Here are a few that I have used and a few that I have learned about. So check it out:




Queue Some QR: “Include a QR code in the art design and Imprinting. They can be used for Community Walks or Events by Companies or Community Organizations. The code would link the participants to the website that promotes the event or a company website. For more information, contact John Kennedy at 702-324-1334 or Email to kennedypromos@yahoo.com






Flip the Script: “Print the graphic upside down so when wearers hang their heads, they see the art. It’ll make everyone else look too. I saw such a shirt recently: On the back, printed upside down, it said, ‘If you can read this, pull me into the boat.’ And, because it was upside down, I focused on it to read it. For more information, contact John Kennedy at 702-324-1334 or Email to kennedypromos@yahoo.com





Fold and Roll: “Take the shirt, fold and roll it, and stand it on end to turn it into a figure. As a display at a convention, shirts were rolled and put into a standing position. Put a pair of Sunglasses at eye level, and top them with a hat to use as a giveaway or use them as a gifts for attendees or collect business cards at a trade show or event and hold a drawing. Fun use of a shirt gets everyone in the mood to party, celebrate and enjoy. For more information, contact John Kennedy at 702-324-1334 or Email to kennedypromos@yahoo.com







Supersize It: Make the T-shirts over-sized for wearers to use when sleeping, or to use at the beach or pool as a cover-up. For more information, contact John Kennedy at 702-324-1334 or Email to kennedypromos@yahoo.com








That’s a Wrap: Use a wraparound imprint to attract attention. People can’t help themselves; they have to walk around the wearer to capture the full message. For more information, contact John Kennedy at 702-324-1334 or Email to kennedypromos@yahoo.com






Bright Idea: This concept is perfect for kids on a field trip, adult groups on a hike, or a club. Suit up everyone in the same bright color – think neon red or squint-inducing yellow. It makes it easy to spot another member of the group. You can even add a number on the back of the shirt, so it’s easy to know who’s missing. For more information, contact John Kennedy at 702-324-1334 or Email to kennedypromos@yahoo.com
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