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5 6 G R A P H I C S P R O J U N E 2 0 2 0 G R A P H I C S - P R O. C O M Most T-shirt brands can be sourced either directly from a manufacturer or through a third-party distributor. (Image courtesy HanesBrands) Left: Shops should consider the wide variety of cotton blends available for T-shirts in today's market. (Image courtesy Delta Apparel) Center: T-shirts serve as another advertising platform like signs, trophies, and banners but are a more portable, and often more affordable, option for some clients' budgets. (Image courtesy Fruit of the Loom) Right: Producers can narrow down the best T-shirt types to offer based on the client's end-user goal with the product. (Image courtesy Delta Apparel) Shops can use T-shirts as an add-on to an existing sale with signage and awards and recognition cus- tomers. (Image courtesy HanesBrands) 6 SCREEN-PRINTING TIPS: 7 TIPS TO UP YOUR EMBROIDERY GAME: 5 HEAT-PRINTING TRENDS: NOT SURE WHERE TO START WHEN IT COMES TO DECORATING T-SHIRTS? CHECK OUT THESE TIPS.

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