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Old 01-12-2013, 07:28 PM   #61
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Here's ours, I get around 3 dozen T's in the spring and 3 dozen hoodies in the fall. Jerzees 50/50 in sports gray. They are pretty durable yet affordable.
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Old 01-14-2013, 03:59 PM   #62
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because the High rise work we do requires it.
There's the answer. You all should treat banded apparel as uniforms, with same care as you would official stationery and keys.

Design should instill officialness and distinguish from novelty shirts. Just as those novelty soda brand shirts don't look like delivery driver uniforms.
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I have been ordering embroidered gear for some time. They don't cost any more than screen printed and I think look better. I have a $25 off coupon for your first order at Queensboro.com for anyone that needs to buy new ones for the springtime, just PM me

These are my latest ones warm hat, baseball hat, fleece jacket, polo shirts.

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Old 01-15-2013, 02:28 AM   #64
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Local....36 shirts and hoodies was a little over 5 bills. Probably cheaper online, but I try to trade local. Hats kill us....much cheaper online, but I still buy local and get them embroidered....36 for 3 bills, quality hats. Cheap ones online, embroidered, are $4 each, if you buy a 1000 or so.
It seems like they are really affordable.
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some shirts that we give away....
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We had these made for the ladies.....
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This is our t-shirts............
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I'm with ya, I can't imagine wearing someone else's gear. Even if it is just a T, or jacket. Although I do wear whatever hat I grab first.
It is fine to wear different hats. It is no big deal.
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The type of fabric and quality of your fitness apparels are the basic factor that ensure the quality of your performance. I always like to go with the quite quality stuff because quite passionate regarding the fitness of my body. I always go with the good brands. Recently bought the beyond yoga leggings and tops that are just awesome.

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A few years ago, myself and another construction company sponsored a bowling team. Cost was minimal. I wrote a check, they had bowling shirts made. My company name was on the front, his was on the back.
Found out he never paid his half. The team had to pay for it. For a year or more, people kept asking me if we had become partners. They had seen the bowling team shirts.

Lesson learned.

I get them local. Ball caps are $10 each, embroidered. T-shirts are about $10 each. Hoodies are over $30.
Not the cheapest, but the owners of the shop are good customers.
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I do not believe in giving away clothing other than hats. Most clients won't wear them anyway, they will wind up on other family members, at the thrift store, etc. You run the risk of the shirt or coat winding up on some less than desirable dummy hanging out in the bar, getting arrested, etc. (ask me how I know?)

We give shirts and jackets to employees with the understanding that they are company property and are to be returned and replaced when they get nasty, are to be worn for work only, and are to be returned if they terminate employment, for the above reasons.

Keeping your employees in uniform and having a dress code looks professional because you never how they might show up otherwise. An old painter told me one of his guys questioned him on why he had to wear whites every day. His response was ..... because you know you're a dummy, I know you're a dummy, but I darned sure don't want my customer knowing you are.

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