T-shirt supplier?

Has anyone worked with a local St. Louis area t-shirt supplier and printer that they can recommend?  Alternatively, an online t-shirt printer is also an option.  I’m looking for a company that uses quality materials and can be flexible with graphic placement but still competitively priced so the shirts can be resold at a reasonable profit.  Reliability and honesty would be nice features too.

If anyone could make some suggestions, please leave a comment on this post or send me an e-mail at:
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If someone suggests a good printer that I end up using, I guarantee that I will send that person a free t-shirt.  How’s that for incentive?

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4 Responses to “T-shirt supplier?”

  1. Christy says:

    A couple of years ago, I had 27 T-shirts printed for Thanksgiving; I waited, of course until the last minute to design and order them, but CustomInk.com did a great job, gave me some money-saving advice, AND didn’t charge me for the rush job. Plus, the T-shirts arrived before Thanksgiving day. Reasonable pricing; products include Hanes, Jerzees, among others…

    I’d recommend them.

  2. Zoe Feast says:

    I have good results from spreadshirt.com

  3. Katie says:

    I’m not sure what their options are like but the (tiny) coffee shop I worked at ordered their shirts from American Apparel, and they were really comfy shirts and survived a lot of abuse…

  4. Katie says:

    Hmmm, but after looking at it, it looks like they don’t do screen-printing directly. Poop! Just a thought, though ;) I might be wrong.

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