When it comes to your t shirt printing, why spend more for less?
Are you getting grief for how much you spent for your t shirt printing with CustomInk?
John David Wilson
Owner of Rimshot T-Shirts
If you have perused this site, and have read a couple of posts in this blog, you may think that i am a hater when it comes to CustomInk. Actually, there is a reason why they are so popular – mainly, it’s fun to make your own design on their site; and to top it off, they are known for good customer service.
But let me give you the skinny on how biz is done there. True, they have some manufacturing, but the bulk of their printing is jobbed out to other screen printers. And you know what that means: Mark-Up when it comes to pricing.
I have done several price comparisons (see one of the top sections on my home page) and my prices beat them on an average of 15-20%. When you are talking an order of 48 shirts or more, that is not chump-change.
True, I am not counting art charges when it comes to the pricing; I am just addressing the printing and the tees. Here is where i take a chance and may offend the reader: If you are going to be spending this kind of money on t shirt printing for your group, school, business, etc. why use the overused clip art, limited design elements, and boring layouts available on CustomInk’s site? And to top it off, (here is the possibly offensive part) there is a real good chance you are not as good an artist as i am.
Give me a shot! Be known as the person who provided kick butt tees that get worn constantly. Not the tee that gets stuck way back in the drawer.
“Of course price should weigh in on your decision for who does your t shirt printing, but shouldn’t the art come first? Take a look around this site and the gallery page.”
Excellence is the accumulation of hundreds of minute decisions; it is execution at the most granular level. Once you accept the idea that you should give in to things that make no sense because other people do those things and you want to appear reasonable, you are on a path towards mediocrity.
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John David Wilson
1529 Tuley St.
Cedar Hill, TX 75104