AnyPromo’s design and production teams love to show off their #finished work. This is just another project of the many, many projects they finalize on a daily basis.
Today, we’re wrapping up production on a big order of red & blue shirts for Anna Borba Elementary in California. We screenprint these shirts in an eight-arm “spider” machine, one of which is pictured below. The machine actually used to make the above shirts is actually bigger and more efficient than the one in the photo.
Anna Borba’s shirts feature a five-color print on 100%-cotton Port & Company t-shirts for children. At $1.81 plus customization fees for at least 500 shirts, it’s a steal.
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We proudly salute the Achievers Realty Group with a sizable box of promotional rally towels, screenprinted with an unbeatable red paint that will last as long as the towel itself. We’re happy to serve another fantastic customer, actually a fellow Californian neighbor out of Burlingame.
We customized these ourselves in Southern California, thanks to our experienced and growing production team. We just updated our warehouse with a variety of new machinery, including “The Spider”, an extra-large screen printing machine that automates for big orders. We just shipped in this bad boy - along with a couple of amazing embroidery machines - to help us meet the increased demand for custom apparel.
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Next week, we’ll drop some new behind-the-scenes video of our warehouse operations, specifically for two types of our most popular custom apparel: 3D embroidered hats and screen-printed shirts. Above, you can see the (finished) embroidered hat that we’ll showcase in the short video. It’s a rather short process, but it’s not like traditional embroidery. Stay tuned!
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