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Corporate T Shirts for Standardized Dress

If you are looking for an inexpensive way to implement a standard dress code at your store or company, corporate T shirts can be the best answer. When imprinted with your business name, logo or brand, these apparel items can not only help to unify your employees but they can also be essential marketing tools to promote your brand. On the way to and from work employees will essentially serve as walking billboards for your brand, advertising your business by displaying their branded tees to all passersby.

The importance of corporate T shirts from a customer's standpoint, is that they allow them to easily determine an employee from other shoppers. They can also help to establish and build rapport with customers, too, when you choose to customize your shirts with an employee's name in addition to simply your company name and logo. This creates a sense of familiarity that translates to a feeling of comfort and ease for customers. Rather that an impersonal representative from your company, a customer can see the person's name printed on the shirt. This subtle difference can have positive effects by putting a customer in a more relaxed frame of mind and making them more likely to approach your store representative with any questions and concerns.

There are tons of different styles out there. They are available with short sleeves or long sleeves, and with or without pockets. There are crewneck, scoop neck and vee neck tees, ringer tees and raglan tees. There are even performance tees that feature double layer mesh construction to release heat and sweat and feature antimicrobial fabric properties to resist odor-causing bacteria, making them perfectly suited for those that work in higher temperature areas. Most are available in numerous color choices, too. Chose from navy, sangria, heathered steel, jet black, lime shock, maritime blue and many others. Consider the needs of your employees in their particular work conditions as well as the image of your company you would like to project when choosing the styles and colors of your tee shirts.

And when it comes to personalization, purchasers often have the option of using screenprinting, 4 color process or embroidery. Screenprinting, a technique that involves pressing ink through a fine mesh screen and onto the surface of a product, in this case a corporate T shirt, is generally the most popular option because of its low set-up cost. In addition to choosing the imprinting techniques, purchasers can also choose where they would like their custom copy and images (company name, logo, employee name, etc.) to be placed on their shirts. These include the left chest, the right chest, the left sleeve, the right sleeve, the small front center, the small back center and the center back yoke (shoulder area).

Tees are one of the most popular types of apparel available in the promotional products industry, and with the vast variety of shirts available in addition to all the benefits they can bring to a business, it is no surprise!

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