From The Ball field To The Boardroom, We Have You Covered!

From screen printed tees to embroidered dress shirts, our entire staff is dedicated to serving your needs. There are many ways to decorate apparel and we have kept up with the latest technological advances to best serve you.


From simple single color prints to high end 4 color process, simulated process and specialty inks, we mix it up in our ink kitchen to deliver a print that wows you every time!



Suede Inks




Standard Plastisol inks have been the norm in our industry for years. Plastisol inks have a PVC base and can leave a heavy hand when printing white on dark colored garments. On light colored shirts these inks can be reduced down and additives can be used to give them a softer hand.These inks are a good choice when you want a bright white print on 50/50 ,100% Polyester or Tri-Blend Shirts.


Looking for the softest hand possible? Then you want water based inks. These inks act more like a dye as they soak into the fabric; virtually creating a no feel or very soft hand to the print. Unlike traditional Plastisol which sits on top of the garment and can have a bulletproof feel. They work best on 100% cotton, light colored fabrics. Waterbased inks will not dye polyester the same way as cotton so they can also create a vintage look on 50/50 garments.


Looking for a super soft print on dark colored 100% Cotton garments? Discharge, or Plasti-Charge inks are the answer! These inks act as a bleach as they remove the color from the garment, leavingthe natural fibers remaining or a dye that is mixed into the ink. Many times we can use a discharge or plasti charge as the base of an image and follow up with thinned down plastisol, or water based inks for the final color. This process will give you an extremely bright image on dark colored shirts with a soft feel.


Foil is available in a wide array of colors and will give your design that Bling factor! Please allow added time for production as this method is a two part process.

Shimmers, Glitters and Chrystalina will add sparkle to your design. These inks are not recommended for fine lines or halftones as they need to go through a course mesh to allow the sparkle chips to pass through the screen.

Looking for a three dimensional print? Suede, Puff and High Density Inks will raise the print off of the shirt giving you a raised print, or elements of a print that will add extra interest to your design.

Contact one of our Customer Service reps today to get your project on the move!


Direct to garment printing, also known as DTG printing, digital direct to garment printing, digital apparel printing, and inkjet to garment printing, is a process of printing on 100% cotton textiles and garments using specialized or modified inkjet technology.

When Do I Use DTG Printing?

Have a really colorful design but can’t meet our screen printing minimums? DTG printing is PERFECT because there is no setup needed as with screen printing. Have a design? Let’s print it. The only drawback is that when printed, any white portion in the design takes on the color of the shirt.Therefore, light colored garments are recommended.

All About ALL-OVER Printing

Dye Sublimation Printing, now we’re getting creative! Have a full color print? Want it BIG? Let’s go with sublimation. This process has low minimums and is perfect for those creatives who have detailed artwork, colorful art, or just want their photo nice and large! This process may only be printed on 100% Polyester fabric, but the impact is huge! Not only can you print on tees, but 100% Poly comes in all shapes and sizes including your moisture wicking shirts and polos that are great for all occasions.


Look great in one of our custom embroidered button downs, knits or sport shirts! Finish off the look with a matching hat. We carry the the latest styles and brands for both men and women. Look professional and uniform with the classy touch of embroidery on your apparel and see the difference in how quickly an organization can look unified when out at a conference, around a school or at a marketing event.
Who wears embroidery?

Schools. Businesses. Clubs. Non-Profit Organizations. Teams. Churches. The list goes on and on.