T-shirt printers, Workwear Express has worked with yet another high profile reality TV show. MTV recently asked us to supply printed T-shirts for their new reality TV series, The Valleys.
The white T-shirts feature a simple but eye-catching black print of The Valleys logo and a Twitter hash tag from the show.
Having worked with us in the past, MTV approached Workwear Express as they knew they would receive great quality printed T-shirts with a fast turnaround.
The Workwear Express team will be taking part in a game of football on Tuesday 13th November to raise money for the charity. Each player will make a donation to Children in Need to participate in the game.
Staff have also organised a non-uniform day. As leading workwear providers, Workwear Express staff always set an example in smart branded uniforms, but on Friday 16th November they will leave the uniforms at home and wear their own clothes. Each member of staff will donate money to take part in the non-uniform day.
One of our most recent orders was for independent online exotic pet retailer, KJ Reptile Supplies.
KJ Reptile supplies requested black and orange polo shirts embroidered with their company logo.
Workwear Express recently supplied new embroidered workwear for Kidz 1st Day Nursery.
The nursery, based in London, prides it self in supporting children with special educational needs. Kidz 1st Day Nursery requested embroidered polo shirts to uniform their members of staff.
Their logo featured gradient colour, which Workwear Express sucessfully translated into an embroidered logo.
Printed T-shirts are huge right now. Walk in to any fashion store and you will see a huge range of T-shirts in a variety of designs, from band logos to slogans and retro designs.
Printed T-shirts are also popular with bands, musicians, artists, designers and for events as they act as a great form of promotion and can generate money from resale.
With the huge amounts of printed T-shirts on the market, designers and retailers need to make their designs stand out more than ever. This is possible thanks to a range of new techniques and technologies that have evolved from the increasing demand for printed T-shirts.