Imprinted Sportswear Shows
Attend in Long Beach, Atlantic City, Nashville, Orlando, Fort Worth

Rush Hour

Just like their brick-and-mortar counterparts, online businesses need traffic. After which, this traffic needs to be converted to either capture a potential customer’s email address or place an order.

Full Story


  • A Different Decorator

    Stephen Terrell wanted to prove the naysayers wrong when they said his way of doing business wouldn’t work. That desire ultimately catapulted his company, Print Works, to notable success in a relatively short time period. 

    Full story

  • Dreams Become Reality on T-Shirts

    T-shirts are a vehicle for freedom of speech, or better yet, freedom of the squeegee

    Full story

  • Blurring the Lines

    When it comes to apparel, consumers have long been experimenting with what they wear in their free time, in the office and for exercise. And thanks to fabric technology and some of the performance properties introduced in wearables, multiple clothing styles have become acceptable in different environments.

    Full story


  • Innovation in the Trenches

    Upon hearing the term “innovation,” it’s natural to think about technology as it applies to products. But what about other aspects of apparel decorating, such as techniques, design, business practices and marketing? 

    Full story

  • The Knits Just Keep On Comin'

    Today's apparel suppliers are working to cultivate creative ideas to meet the ever-evolving needs and wants of consumers.

    Full story

  • Spring Into Warm-Weather Business

    Spring is the perfect time of year to refresh your shop (e-commerce or bricks-and-mortar), attracting current or potential customers.   

    Full story

Services and Resources