Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Featured Articles and Announcements

Collapse

M&R Technical Service Hotline

7:30-5:00 Central Time Mon-Fri - 800-483-8765
After Hours & Weekends - 630-462-4715
or contact M&R at www.mrprint.com

  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Printing for Retail

    Printing for Retail

    ...
    See more | Go to post

  • Going Green

    Going Green

    Why a Sustainability Program Makes Economic Sense for Your Shop

    January 09, 2012 By Marshall Atkinson, Contributing Writer I could easily write an article describing the myriad ways every apparel decorator can contribute to the “greening” of the industry. You can’t pick up a newspaper, magazine or watch a television show without someone blathering on about Global Warming, Save the Planet or another trendy, talking-head catch phrase. Removing the feel-good and karma-building reasons as to why a shop sustainability program should be implemented, I’ll discuss the real reason many companies are actually making such effo...
    See more | Go to post

  • Screen Cleaning and Reclaiming

    Screen Cleaning and Reclaiming

    ...
    See more | Go to post

  • Boost Your Business with Social Media Marketing

    Boost Your Business with Social Media Marketing

    If you're not employing social media to promote your services, you may find you're losing business to competitors who are.

    By Deborah Sexton, Contributing Writer

    Have you been dragging your feet to get started using social media as a marketing tool? If so, you may want to check out how many of your competitors already are on Facebook and Twitter. Next, you may want to see if your competitors have gained some of your customers as “fans” or “followers.” Like it or not, social media has firmly established...
    See more | Go to post

  • Passion For Production

    Passion For Production

    By: Printwear Staff
    Original Publish Date: May 2011



    PRINTWEAR: Susan, I’m always intrigued by how people find their way to our industry—especially women in this male-oriented field. Tell us how you came to be a, quote, woman in production.

    SUSAN ESTEP: I started in the industry in 1992. Actually, by accident! I was working in a production sewing facility while I was going to college, but a lot of those jobs were being moved overseas. I applied for jobs at several factories, which is when I came across a company called Wil-Pak. I had no idea what they did and, at the time, it didn’t matter. I was desperate. It was there that I absolutely fell in love with the process of printing—I was amazed by it. I had no idea what it took. I started printing socks and progressed into garment printing. My first print on a tank top was a Nike design and t...
    See more | Go to post
There are no articles in this category.
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts
Please log in to your account to view your subscribed posts.

Latest Posts

Collapse

Topics Statistics Last Post
Started by DAYBREAK, 1 week ago
1 response
22 views
0 likes
Last Post tonyb
by tonyb
 
Started by bimmridder, 1 week ago
0 responses
21 views
0 likes
Last Post bimmridder  
Started by msilver, 2 weeks ago
3 responses
49 views
0 likes
Last Post tonyb
by tonyb
 
Started by carlitos2012, 3 weeks ago
2 responses
25 views
0 likes
Last Post carlitos2012  
Started by stitches4815, 06-08-2009, 06:47 AM
11 responses
9,195 views
0 likes
Last Post Hallie
by Hallie
 
Started by rockerdude, 4 weeks ago
1 response
48 views
0 likes
Last Post tonyb
by tonyb
 
Started by Davis, 4 weeks ago
1 response
37 views
0 likes
Last Post tonyb
by tonyb
 
Working...
X