Target Decorated Apparel has announced the addition of ScribbleTees to its growing product lineup. ScribbleTees are a proprietary offering from Target Decorated Apparel.
Target Decorated Apparel, Naperville, Ill., has announced the launch of its FastTrack program, a proprietary quick ship program, as well as a new embroidery service.
We've all seen them. Shirts with huge, thick screenprints, weighing down a shirt that looks like it's cut to fit a refrigerator box. Tees with gaudy, neon designs that would have been embarrassing in 1983.
Naperville, Illinois-based Target Graphics announced it has adopted a new name--Target Decorated Apparel. In conjunction with this announcement, the screen-printing industry veteran unveiled a new look as well as new products and services designed to better serve its clients.
Naperville, Illinois-based Target Graphics has been named one of Impressions magazine's 20 top-volume apparel decorators in the country, according to the magazine’s 2009 list.
Naperville, Illinois-based Target Graphics recently held its annual employee recognition event on the grounds of their Naperville, Ill. facility. More than 50 production employees attended the event that included a barbecue, giveaways and special recognition of top performers. The production staff was recognized for their efforts toward team building over the year with “Yo Lo Pinté” (I Printed This) team shirts. The shirt design depicted the latest first, second & third place award-winning four-color process designs. Pressmen Ernesto Santiago and Hector Rodriguez were recognized for their exemplary work ethic and leadership on the press floor. Target Graphics president Tom Vann is a strong believer
THE OLD ADAGE, “Just because you can do something doesn’t mean you should,” definitely applies to choosing inks and new special effects for garment imprinting. With literally hundreds of choices and thousands of effects, it can be tempting for distributors to offer end-users a promotion with the latest bit of adornment, simply because they can. However, jumping to use the latest or most novel embellishing method may not lead to the perfect match for a promotion. That is the advice of 20-plus year industry expert Tom Vann, president and CEO of Target Graphics. “Doing special effects for the sake of doing special effects
Wayland, Massachusetts-based iPROMOTEu has declared its inaugural Dunk Fest tournament a success. Dunk Fest 2008 was the first-ever NCAA college basketball tournament challenge exclusively for the promotional products industry. It was created as a fun way to generate enthusiasm, spirit and friendly competition among those working in the promotional products industry. Competing for trophies and $2,500 in prize money were 137 registered Dunk Fest 2008 players, consisting of distributors, salespeople, suppliers and service providers. Among the winners of Dunk Fest 2008 were the following individuals, who were awarded trophies and prize money at The ASI Show in Las Vegas on April 10: •
ONE CAN NEVER know too much about apparel printing. Consider this: Two stacks of T-shirts folded side by side on the shelves of a trendy retailer. Pricing is similar. One stack is comprised of non-descript, white tees, while the other features shirts with members of a popular band, a funny saying or an intricate design splashed across their surface. Unless the consumer is in the market for a non-descript, white tee, he or she would likely purchase one from the neighboring stack. These days, consumers are looking for garments that pop—that say something. Apparel printing plays as important a role in customer satisfaction as