When we first got started as screen printers, there was no such thing as ladies t-shirts. Almost all the t-shirts in the marketplace were “unisex” which was code for men’s sizing. We ladies just dealt with it. We wore the men’s t-shirts in smaller sizes so they would fit and rolled up the sleeves because they went all the way down to our elbows!
Part of the challenge most small businesses face is creating brand awareness. Providing company employee shirts to everyone working for the business is a great way to build the brand faster. Not only do customers see the shirts while your employees are on the job, but when the shirts are worn outside of work hours, a lot of other people see your brand as well.
These shirts were done for the CRHS Music Boosters. We created an online store to help the Boosters to fundraise by selling shirts to family, friends and participants.
The Richie Emmons Memorial Tournament is held annually to raise money for the Richie Emmons Scholarship Fund.