One of my college courses contained a semester-long group project (yes, it was one of THOSE classes). The concept of the project was to create a business, including the name, logo, concept, strategy, blueprint, the whole sha-bang. At the end of the semester, we had to “pitch” our business concept to “investors” at a Shark Tank-inspired event. If our business deemed worthy, we would receive an “investment,” whether that be full funding or 10% of it (shameless plug: my group received the full investment).
It truly was about as much work as it sounds, and then some. Luckily, I had two amazing partners who were as dedicated as I was to the project. We spent many an evening eating cinnamon rolls and working in the corner booth of our local Panera.
I specifically remember creating the logo for our event venue business. It was named “Rose Canyon Event Center,” and the logo, of course, contained roses. We were brainstorming while sitting outside of the academic building that housed the Communication Department, and I got fifteen (15) mosquito bites in a matter of five minutes. Talk about a memorable experience.
How was your logo created?
Was it one of those “I was sitting in a restaurant and the idea hit me, so I scribbled it onto a napkin with the waiter’s pen” situations?
Does it have sentimental meaning?
Did it take a while to create, or barely any time at all?
Did you design it, or did you outsource it?
Regardless of how it was created, your logo tells a story. It is a visual representation of your business. Your brand. Your mission. It’s a vital part of your business.
Therefore, it only makes sense to display it wherever possible, whether that be through ads, on social media, or even apparel.
Those bright, reflective shirts. We’ve all seen them. Many of us have to wear them for work. They serve a great purpose.
High-visibility clothing, sometimes shortened to hi vis, is any clothing worn that is highly luminescent or a color that is easily distinguishable against any background.
Health and safety regulations often require the use of this clothing for those working outside, such as at an airport, drilling site, construction site, and numerous others.
It lowers the risk of getting injured on the job by motor vehicles and heavy equipment.
So, Let’s Combine the Two: Safety T-Shirts and Logos
Would passersby be able to identify your team while they are out on the job? Are they representing your company with professionalism?
In other words, is your company name on any of their apparel?
If it is, great! Your workers are providing more exposure for your business by simply doing their job. If not, you’re missing out on the organic exposure.
By placing your logo on their safety clothing, you’re opening your business up to new opportunities. If your team did an exceptional job maintaining someone’s lawn in a neighborhood, you might just receive a few calls from some of their neighbors asking you to take care of their yard. It’s simple, yet effective.
And, it’s $8 for safety t-shirts with your logo.
Direct-to-Garment (DTG) Printing
We utilize the Direct-to-Garment, or DTG, printing method. It uses the latest technology and equipment to print your image or logo directly onto each shirt at high speeds and with extreme clarity.
It’s the only way to produce one or one hundred shirts with accuracy, consistency, and affordability.
The printed area comes out soft and moveable, unlike the “stiffness” that results from screen printing.
In an independent study, our process and inks earned the top industry rating for not fading.
Our ink is also Eco Passport Certified by Oeko-Tex, which demonstrates it can be used in sustainable production. It also means it’s safe for everyone – even children and babies.
So, combine all of those factors, and you get great-looking safety t-shirts with your logo.
Give us a call or send us an email, and let’s get you started!
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