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Image Matters

Ah, professionalism. It’s sometimes the mere difference between looking like you have it together that gets you the job, gig, or clientele you seek. We all want to be accepted and liked for who we are. We all want the freedom to pursue the things we’re passionate about and gifted at. The hope of conveying … Continue reading

They Will Know Your Name.

Hey, Readers. I’m one of the customer service representatives at The Tee Spot & we want to make your brand, business, campaign ,&/or annual event shine. We have a wide array of production options and an exceptionally competent staff. In fact, having worked as a professional graphic artist for 7+ years with a list of … Continue reading

We want to put your business on the map.

If you have your own business, you know that Marketing is hard. Here at ‘The Tee Spot’ we’re here to help. Beyond our standard physical production, which falls within the spectrums of embroidery, screenprint, heat-press, and direct-to-garment, we’re also proud to offer an array of digital promotions that openly trail across the world social media … Continue reading

Uniforms 2020 – Todays Company Store

Noun[edit] uniform (plural uniforms) A distinctive outfit that serves to identify members of a group. quotations ▼ A uniformed police officer (as opposed to a detective). ▼ Translations Adjective[edit] uniform (comparative more uniform, superlative most uniform) Unvarying; all the same. Consistent; conforming to one standard. For generations the best way to find the clothing you needed for work was to physically visit a brick and mortar store near your home. After locating a local store, you likely went in … Continue reading

Your Brand-Compliments of The Tee Spot

Since the Safer at Home initiatives took affect, many people have channeled their energies and time into creating beautiful things. “Anything that engages your creative mind — the ability to make connections between unrelated things and imagine new ways to communicate — is good for you,” says Girija Kaimal. As a professor at Drexel University and … Continue reading