And Tees Newsletter
Your Image Is Our Business
June 2013
In This Issue
Featured New Product
A Reliable Value
What Is This Garment?

Often, we are asked if we have a particular item in stock.  This is a reasonable question that is usually a way of asking if we can ship something right away.

We actually stock very little.  We offer a variety of logo options on nearly 100 different products, each of which come in a number of colors and sizes.  Instead of trying to stock an inventory of many thousands of items, we view ourselves as manufacturers.

This approach works well since we have access to two large regional warehouses, from which we find about 95% of everything we sell either the same day or the next.

From a practical standpoint, "in stock" to me means we can get it locally, many times we can ship the same day, most of the time the next.  Some items are not stocked locally and we can get those within 5 working days; a pessimistic goal.

So to avoid a "technical" answer when asked, I hope this explanation helps to get us to a right decision when ordering.
Frank Novak 
Featured New Product
This is a really nice - and comfortable - light-weight executive shirt.  It is the Eddie Bauer travel shirt, 100% polyester, 2.3 oz. ripstop fabric that combats moisture, offers UV protection, rolled sleeves with button tabs... I love mine!

These are not currently available at our local warehouse but they are worth the wait (about 5 business days).

Eddie Bauer Travel Shirt
A Reliable Value
This cotton/poly dress shirt looks best when pressed after laundry but looks nice without.  It is a great option for associates and marketing people. 

They are available in both men's and lady's sizes, short and long sleeve and tall sizes as well.

These are a great value, comfortable and look nice.

Woven Button Down Shirt
What Is This Garment?  
If you've ordered from us in the past, you can view those orders online by simply logging into AndTees.

If you're not sure which order the garment came from, or there are any other doubts, nearly every garment has our supplier's tag in it, which is normally found sewn into an inside seam, on most shirts it is on your left side seam near the bottom.  This will tell you their stock number.  We often use that number in our own product scheme, or something very similar.

The number is helpful to us if you want to either order another, of even if you would like to try something different.

Information is good, all of it.