RIPT Apparel

Matt Ingleby, Co-Founder and Managing Partner of RIPT Apparel, tells us how they started with an idea built around social media, just-in-time inventory management and efficient production techniques to become one of the most successful Shirt-A-Day sites on the internet.

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Rags of Honor

秒速快3Founder Mark Doyle discusses the genesis and growth of Rags of Honor, a Chicago-based screen printing company dedicated to hiring homeless and unemployed veterans. All proceeds go directly to employ the veterans who are producing the garments at the Rags of Honor facility.

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Inkwerks

Jason LaBlue tells how he and his wife started “goofing around” in their garage with a single-head manual press and a flash。 Within two months, they had stepped up to a six-head manual and “started to grow like wildfire。” Now, high-quality printing has become their niche。

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Lynnpro

Jeff Saxby tells how he went from pizzeria and skateboard shop owner to successful screen printer in Clinton, Iowa. Jeff’s entry into screen printing was the convergence of blind luck and a willingness to seize the moment. Jeff says it was everything he thought it would be.

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Impressionz Printing

Steve Rhodes talks about graduating from college in the middle of a recession and having no interest in the jobs he was offered。 On a flight to a family wedding, he read an article was about college kids selling custom T-shirts, and “a light bulb went off in my mind”。

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Bimm Ridder Sportswear

Dave Filip tells how he and his partners, with no experience in screen printing (“I didn’t know what a squeegee was, and I was going to be production manager”), purchased a “hole-in-the-wall” shop and turned it into a thriving business that serves sports teams across America。

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Ink Throwers

秒速快3Tom Butler started with two Challenger automatic screen printing presses and a hand sample machine. Eleven years later, he consolidated all operations under one roof, and moved Ink Throwers to a newly constructed 200,000 square foot facility in Tijuana, Mexico.

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Trust Printshop

Matthew Lucas developed a passion for screen printing while in high school, printing shirts for his band in his father’s garage. He soon found himself exhausted by printing 500 to 900 shirts a day on a manual press—until he purchased the Diamondback that changed his life.

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Kotis Design

Jeff Becker, president, and shop director, Eoin Doherty trace the company’s history and discuss the principles that have led to its rapid growth。 Says Eoin, “We invest in our employees and have them grow with us。 Experience, if it stays here, is always beneficial。”

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