New U.S. Army Officially Licensed Transfers

March 3, 2015 · Leave a Comment 

by Matt DeLaere, Marketing

       
Shown: Army Brothers in Arms officially licensed transfer.

On June 14, 1775, what we now know as the United States Army was established as the Continental Army by act of the Continental Congress. While it was initially formed to fight for the new nation’s independence, its first Commander-in-Chief, General George Washington, later wrote, “There is nothing so likely to produce peace as to be well prepared to meet an enemy.”

The U.S. Army as a whole still follows that mission as the best trained, equipped, and organized army in the world, as is reflected in its slogan, “Army Strong.®

Now you can help customers show their support for the Army with Stahls’ new U.S. Army officially licensed transfers. With a selection of four “Army Strong” designs and four new, exclusive full front designs, these screen printed transfers represent the Army’s brotherhood, patriotism, and strength.
Each pack includes 12 full front designs, plus 12 left chest (5″ x 5″) and 24 yoke (1.5″ x 1.5″) Army Strong logos. Full-size transfers are perfect for T-shirt and sweatshirt fronts, 5″ x 5″ designs can be used for left chest placement or on smaller shirts, and 1.5″ x 1.5″ look great on shirt yokes or sleeves. The transfers can be applied with a heat press in just 10 seconds.

See all 8 designs and order yours on Stahls’ U.S. Army Officially Licensed Transfers page.

By federal law, licensing fees paid to the US Army for the use of its trademarks provide support to the Army Trademark Licensing Program and net licensing revenue is devoted to US Army Morale, Welfare and Recreation programs.®

 

Set Your Business Apart this St. Patrick’s Day

February 27, 2015 · Leave a Comment 

by Bella B., Campus Correspondent

       
    This shamrock is cut from CAD-CUT Hologram heat transfer material.    

St. Patrick’s day is coming up and green shirts and accessories are being sold in stores. It’s time to get your St. Patty’s garments ready! This year, set yourself apart from the competition with these few tips:

• Depending on your location offer different types of shirts. In this cold weather try selling shirts will sleeves – long sleeve shirts and sweatshirts.

• Green CAD-CUT® heat transfer materials are a great way to create unique designs and personalize shirts for the holiday.

• Use green and gold CAD-CUT® Glitter Flake™ on shirts targeted towards females.

 

• Tall socks have been a fashion trend that is coming back. Heat press green or white socks with shamrocks.

• Simplicity is not always a bad thing. Girls love to accessorize and a lot of shirts have too much going on that doesn’t allow them to accessorize. Simple shirts that have one-color designs are perfect for accessorizing.

• Funny phrases. There are many different phrases that capture the attention of college students. These vary from being about drinking, being Irish, or only being Irish for the day.

• The most popular T-shirt colors are green, white and black.

College students all want shirts to wear for St. Patrick’s day that are funny or cute and will grab the attention of their peers. Use these ideas and set yourself from your competitors! Share your St. Patty’s shirts on the Stahls’ Facebook page!

 

Go Pro (Block)

February 26, 2015 · Leave a Comment 

Decorate jerseys with our Number Style of the Week, a new take on an old classic – Pro Block Gap Outline. Available in Pre-Spaced Numbers, this style adds an outline to the classic Pro Block font.

While Pro Block Gap Outline is a one-color font, the gap outline allows for two-application. The inner number of the gap outline font is the same size as Pro Block Pre-Cut Numbers. So you can use one color of outline with another color pre-cut number (or the inner number from a different Pre-Spaced number). In the image below, a blue Pre-Spaced outline is used with red Pre-Cut Pro Block numbers.

So, give Pro Block numbers a new look with a gap outline, or mix it up and give your customers a two-color option – they’ll like what they see.