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You win a nail biting close game, 78-73, over Clemson in the National Invitational Tournament.  It is the first time your team has won the championship basketball game in 65 years.  You toss on the championship t-shirts that were pre-printed in case each team won.  You think to yourself, “I’ll save this forever….maybe have it […]


  One of the new posts at How to Start a Clothing Line from Scratch discusses a way to take advantage of the massive amounts of traffic at Myspace.com. His new tip of the day “How to receive thousands of customers a day from Myspace (Free) Easy!” is a really good idea and something that […]


In this recent post discussing Companies Stealing from other Companies, I mentioned Urban Outfitters. During a discussion about a business meeting with an executive from Urban Outfitters the topic of their company stealing designs and concepts from other designers and companies.  This was the third or fourth time that this had been mentioned to me […]


I was checking out a new site I found, Blankgenerationshirts.com, and came across this product of theirs: Keep the Dream Alive.  Looked really familiar.  Then I realized why…because I had seen the same product at Defunker a long time ago.  See it here.   If you plug that t-shirt name into Google you’ll see a […]


There seem to be alot of t-shirt companies sprouting up. The internet is making is extremely easy to find cheap outsourcing, good freelance designers around the world, and templated store systems. There are a number of t-shirt printers to choose from that make it fairly easy for a new company or individual to start selling […]