Ever wonder why the ink on your printed t-shirts cracks and begins to look worn and tattered before too long? In this interview, Eric Uzelac, Vice President of TheShirtPrinter.com explains why that happens and what his company does to deliver printed t-shirts and apparel that hold up over time.
What kind of services does your company offer?
Eric Uzelac: Screen printing, free shipping and embroidery. We will match or beat any competitor.
Are there any unique products that you can provide to your customers?
Eric Uzelac: Direct to garment printing is not something that every printer can offer. It is a process that makes it affordable to print full color designs on a small quantity of shirts.
Why should someone come to you? What is it that you can offer a customer that someone else cannot?
Eric Uzelac: A best price guarantee. Also all of our work is performed in house. Most online companies are just “order takers” and then sell your order to the lowest bidder, or have regular companies they outsource to. The problem with this is quality and consistency. We use the best inks and don’t try tricks like lowering the heat on our dryers to save money on electric. Many companies do this and you will notice that your ink will crack sooner rather than later.
Have you or your business ever received any awards?
Eric Uzelac: We are recognized as a premiere service provider by the cities of Dallas, Arlington and Fort Worth. And, we’ve been a member of Arlington Business Connections for over four years.
For over twenty years, TheShirtPrinter.com has been providing its customers with the highest quality custom t-shirts and other apparel from its hometown of Arlington, TX. If you are interested in learning more, or possibly placing an order, visit www.TheShirtPrinter.com today.
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