Whether you’re looking for custom printed t-shirts for your staff or you’re planning a sporting event and want everyone in your team to look the same, it’s important to choose the company that will provide you with the highest quality service, affordable prices and meet your deadline when it comes to delivery.
There are literally hundreds of Madison companies offering custom printed t-shirts around the world. You want to ensure you take the relevant steps to help you meet your budget, meet your design requirements and most of all, meet your budget.
The first thing you will want to do is get a clear idea of the number of Madison t-shirts you want printed.
This may be for your entire staff force, for a group of friends for a hen night or for a team taking part in a local marathon. Whatever the reason get the number of shirts along with sizes, so you know what the base cost is going to be. The good news is that the majority of Madison companies offering t-shirt printing supply the t-shirts as well, so you only have one invoice to pay.
Remember if you’re ordering for your staff, to order a minimum of two t-shirts per team member. Chances is one will get dirty or damaged and they need a second one to wear when heading to work. Most companies provide at least three t-shirts to ensure employees have clean and neat t-shirts to wear when facing customers, promoting the company and ensuring increase in brand visibility.
Next you need to come up with a design. The design colors should be based on the t-shirt colour. You want your logo, slogan or message to stand out and make an impact. Ideally the t-shirt should be chosen in the company colors or favorite colors, if you’re printing for a hen party, stag night or sporting event. From here you can ensure your design isn’t the same colour, enabling it to stand out and make an impact.
Check with the printing companies that provide custom printed t-shirts how they want you to submit your design. Some companies only accept the design on disc; others will give you a choice of formats which can be emailed through to them. They will check the design is the right resolution and a high quality, possible making some minor adjustments to ensure quality before they start the printing process.