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Discussion in 'General Industry Discussions' started by ChadsLawn, Jul 25, 2006.
Heres how I make my work shirts. There iron on and will last about a year.
hmmm not too good so far. 41 views and no posts.. Oh well I like it so thats what matters.
Just being honest...I don't like them. I can tell it's iron on in a jpg on a new shirt. Nothing more to say.
thats fine. But I like it. ive used this same logo in the past. It would be pretty high in price to have a professional do it.
no golf shirts????????
I Dont really like the shirts. No offence its just me. If I were you, I would think about spending a little bit of money to have a proffesional company make shirts for you. They look better and will last longer. I mean its up to you
Its alot better than wearing an old D.A.R.E. shirt. LOL
lol I just got back from a weeks vacation in new port richey!!
We rented a house right off decubellis and ridge road.
Oh and I suprised at how many companies I saw out working.. I mean I pass 3-4 daily around here but maybe only see 1 a day actually working at a property but everyday while down there, and on every street it seemed like there was a different company out.. God knows there was one each day at a different house waking me up on the cul-de-sac.
And what type of grass is that down there? It's real crunchy, I like the sound of it! haha
Here's 1 of our polos. Notice the website on the back of the collar. That worked out well, alot of turned heads as I we walk away. These are screen printed for less than $10 a T and around $15 a polo. The T's have front and back.