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  • #31
    That's what i was thinking about the dress pants seemed a little $$$ to just be staind. I wore shorts all last season. Grassy legs did get a little annoying but i twas a heck of a lot cooler! Thanks I'll keep looking

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    • #32
      I get our shirts from QueensBoro.com

      The are embroidered and you dont have to worry about that fading out.

      They have weekly specials, I usually hit them for the Free shipping and 40% off specials they do about once a month, sign up for an account and they will send you emails for the specials.

      I pay average $4 a shirt and that includes the embroidery, have yet to find a better deal anywhere. You can order as few as 4 items, and you can mix the items if you like. Get 1 hat, 2 ****s and a bag.... or 400 shirts... lol
      We have a logo. What is there tape set up charge?

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      • #33
        I'm going to be buying shoes this week. My nike shoes are not cutting it. So would everyone agree that Timberland Pro Line shoes are the best to where? I don't need steel toe.

        Thanks,
        Matt
        They are heavy... Forget about em'

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        • #34
          I hear ya on the lightweight shirts...

          I was gearing up to have shirts printed, but I sweat like a pig and my green t-shirts look like hell when I get half way through the day - all soaked in sweat.

          I found one of those "breathable" athletic shirts on sale at Kmart and gave it a try. I LOVED it. It's SO light and the combination of the wicking material and the yellow color keeps me looking good all day. They DO snag easily though and aren't going to hold up to rough work, but for pushing a mower around, they are just fine.



          Unfortunately, I found it too late in the season to get any more and they don't seem to be available now. I may look for an alternative at another store. I'd prefer to have printed shirts, but I'd much rather be comfortable as I work and not look disgusting when I do happen to see a client.

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          • #35
            We have a logo. What is there tape set up charge?
            There was no setup fee for the first logo. And you can change the colors of the stitching at no charge as well.

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            • #36
              New apparel has arrived!

              Just got a shipment in, take a look! THEY ARE AWESOME! The deal of the day is always great and customer service is remarkable! They even sent us extra items just to say thanks!
              Attached Files

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              • #37
                On my shirts and caps all i have is my logo. Do you think a phone number or town needs to be on these or does it get to be too much to read? Thoughts?

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                • #38
                  I would guess it all depends on how it looks to you. How effective would it be to have the town and phone number on a shirt? How often would people be reading that and writing it down?
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                  • #39
                    I would guess it all depends on how it looks to you. How effective would it be to have the town and phone number on a shirt? How often would people be reading that and writing it down?
                    guess your right, it would be too much information.

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                    • #40
                      On my shirts and caps all i have is my logo. Do you think a phone number or town needs to be on these or does it get to be too much to read? Thoughts?
                      It depends on what you're printing on.

                      On a hat, a logo is plenty - same for the chest design on a polo shirt.

                      If you're talking about the back of a t-shirt, there's no reason you can't put a phone number on there.
                      A website would be good too... I'd remember a website a lot easier than I'd ever remember a phone number if I saw it like that.

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                      • #41
                        It depends on what you're printing on.

                        On a hat, a logo is plenty - same for the chest design on a polo shirt.

                        If you're talking about the back of a t-shirt, there's no reason you can't put a phone number on there.
                        A website would be good too... I'd remember a website a lot easier than I'd ever remember a phone number if I saw it like that.
                        Thank you I just might do that.

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                        • #42
                          i run a blue truck with white vinyl lettering
                          a red trailer 7x12 with a dovetail

                          orange T-shirts work shirts
                          Blue Polo's for bidding

                          i just use my local vinyl and tshirt shop in my area

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                          • #43
                            Uniform

                            This will be my second season in business. Last season I wore cargo shorts and a cut off t-shirt. This year I am ordering t-shirts and polos. I have three magnets on my truck that I got from vista print. I do not recommend magnets from vista print. I am on my second set due to peeling. I will be ordering bigger magnets from friend.

                            If you have not heard of odesk.com, I highly recommend. I had my logo designed and email to me within three days. Basically you join, post job with what you are willing to pay, review interested candidates,grant job and to work they go. I payed ten dollars for my logo design.

                            Hope this helps
                            Paco
                            Paco Ramirez
                            www.jaslawnservice.com

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                            • #44
                              Only logo is on my baseball hats bought from Vista Prints the logo matches my business cards also bought from Vista Prints.

                              Crazy as it may sound I purchase my uniforms from Costco they are some of the best quick dry/wicking outdoor clothes that I have ever bought but at a fraction of the cost =

                              Pants - BC Clothing zip off quick/dry hiking pants tan and/or OD green = $19.99 each

                              Shirts - long sleeve Avia white and/or green wicking CoolMax shirts = 14.99 each

                              Socks - hiking socks 4/package = $9.99 each

                              Polar fleece 1/4 zipper heavy shirt - lime green = $12.99 each

                              Other than the hats I feel have no need for a logo on the cloths as far as I am concerned it is a total waste of money all I want is the customer to see that we are dressed in one of the colour combo's so they know that we belong on the grounds.

                              I hired a new fellow this morning I gave him one pair of tan and one pair of OD green pants, a white and a green long sleeve shirt, 1 lime green polar fleece 1/4 zipper shirt, two pairs of socks and one baseball hat.

                              If he wants more of these clothes he can go to Costco and buy them himself.

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