The 10th Day of Heat Printing: Mini T-Shirts

by Matt DeLaere, Marketing

Ed always feels cool in his favorite Mini-T-Shirt.

On the tenth day of heat printing, my true love gave to me 10 Mini T-Shirts, 9 great ways to use customized shirts, 8 material options for Stahls’ Any Word. Any Way.™, the features of 7 vinyl cutters and print/cut systems, 6 new Pre-Cut Number fonts, five uniform decoration videos, four Fusion™ heat presses, three cover sheets, two Heat Press Caddie™ Shelves, and the #1 athletic lettering material in the world.

It’s great to describe all the options to my customers, but being able to show them the different materials available makes all the difference. Feeling a material’s soft hand beats describing it every time. And seeing a final product and its finish when applied really helps make the sale, especially with special effect materials.

That’s why my true love gave me these Mini T-Shirts. They’re a convenient way to be able to show off the different CAD-CUT® heat transfer materials that I offer.  Customers can see and feel what each one looks like on a shirt, side by side.

Mini T-shirts are a much better solution than keeping full-sized garments around, and I even use them sometimes as a creative business card.  When a customer needs shirts printed, they just look at that shirt and know what they’ll get and who to call.

The shirts come in packs of 10, and are available in white or black.

And another great thing about them – I can decorate them with a cool logo or phrase and give them to my elves as gifts.  They wear their Mini T-Shirts everywhere and always get compliments and people asking who made them.  In fact, Ed just asked me to make him a new “Good Things Come in Small Packages” shirt – his old one is in tatters from overuse!

So, whether you’re using them as in-store samples, as business cards, or to clothe your helper elves, Mini T-Shirts from Stahls’ are a great thing to keep around.

 

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