And Tees Newsletter
Your Image Is Our Business
May 2013
In This Issue
Featured New Product
Something For The Ladies
Rating Our Products



Greetings!
 
Thanks to everyone who stopped by our booth and met my wife and myself at the Peabody Hotel in Orlando.  It was an excellent venue and a job very well done by the Paul Davis staff.

We had a drawing for a $70 Messenger Bag which was won by Dylan Simpkins... it could have been you!  Maybe next year.

I have been spending a lot of time lately with our own suppliers.  Actually the same weekend of the Paul Davis convention, there was also a Trade Show in Orlando for people in the embroidery and silk-screen business which we also attended.  We purchased some additional equipment and met up with some old and new vendors.

We hope we have some new leads for tall sizes, including for the ladies.  For some reason, the Paul Davis family seems to attract tall folks...
 
Frank Novak 
Featured New Product
When we first evaluated these, we were looking at them as a travel item, until someone made a rather brilliant observation; many of you go from job to job, often climbing or crawling and maybe working up a sweat.  It would be good to have a clean-up kit in the truck so you could look and feel a little fresher when you arrive at the next opportunity.

The OGIO Doppler Kit is a nice portable/hanging bag with lots of pockets and dividers.  It could also be used to organize samples and other small items.  Priced with an embroidered logo.

OGIO Doppler Kit
 
Something For the Ladies
This was suggested by one of our customers and everyone who has tried it, likes it a lot.

Lightweight and breathable, this moisture-wicking shirt has a pleasing drape, subtle jacquard texture and an open placket for feminine style.

  • 3.8-ounce, 100% polyester
  • Double-needle stitching throughout
  • Gently contoured silhouette
  • Self-fabric collar
  • Open hem sleeves
Sizes Extra Small to 4XL.

   

 Lady's Fine Jacquard Performance Polo

 

Rating Our Products
How does it fit?  How does it hold up?  Warm enough, too warm?  I often depend on product ratings on other web sites to make decisions. 

Our web site allows you to rate our products and we would love to see more people share their knowledge with the group.  You don't have to leave your name, although you do need to be able to log in.  It only takes a minute and it may help someone else make a decision.

Of course we like to think everything should be highly rated, but we also need to know when things aren't what you expected.  It's the only way we can improve and make sure we are offering the best products and values for you.