Do you brand your T-shirts before they go out the door? How do your customers know where to find you for their repeat business? There are a few ways to make sure they can find you after the sale.
A tag in each of the garments you produce is a quick and easy way to remind people where they got their shirt and to come back for more. You’ll need your business name, website, and maybe a phone number on your tags; the attention to detail will be appreciated. CAD-CUT® Fashion-FILM™ heat transfer vinyl is ideal for this job because it can cut the fine details you need.
Aside from a tag inside the back of a shirt, your company name in 2½ inch wide text on the back of the neckline or your company logo on the bottom left hemline are two more ways to gain brand recognition through your products.
For just a few seconds of your time, you’ve inexpensively marked your brand. This is a great way to advertise your company and show potential customers what you can do. It also reminds your current customers of the company that created their awesome T-shirts and to call you for more business.
For more information on branding your T-shirts check out “Branding With CAD-CUT Heat Transfer Vinyl” at stahls.com. Watch Courtney Matlick walk you through the steps of branding pre-made completed shirts using CAD-CUT Fashion-FILM.
For more marketing tips, visit Stahls’ to download The Ultimate Guide to Marketing Your T-Shirt Business.