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Top Sales-Service Custom T-Shirt Designs

As 2010 comes to a close I wanted to show off some designs our Sales/Service reps have made this past year. When people find out that we work at a t-shirt company we’re always hearing “you must have some great t-shirts yourself!” That we do! Here is a quick Top 5 that I pulled together.

Ride or Die T-Shirt Design 1. Ride or Die

By far the most popular design worn amongst Sales/Service representatives, Steve K. worked with our Creative Services department to create something special. The apocalypse may indeed be on its way, but he’s keeping a somewhat-positive attitude towards the four horse unicornsmen riding on by.

I Wish T-Shirt Design 2. Wish I Was a Little Bit Taller…

10 Inker Points if you can name the song referenced in this design. Created by Skee-Lo fan Anthony C., this design has definitely made its way around with people in the know (of all heights).

Capitals Brooks Laich T-Shirt Design 3. Laich Shirt

I referenced this design earlier but I’m trying to get some brownie points here. Created by Operations Manager Cody W. as an homage to his favorite hockey team, lots of reps Laich this too!

Rock Steady Dog T-Shirt Design 4. Rock Steady

We have a ton of pet lovers in Sales/Service, and Erin K. is no exception. Created for her pup Rock Steady, she made this a shirt just for herself (but it’s too cute to ignore). Throw a picture of your pet in with some cliparts and text, and you have a winner!

T-Shirt Time Design Idea 5. T-Shirt Time

Last but certainly not least is a nod to the Jersey Shore crowd. Created by Dmitry G. to commemorate what has quickly become our unofficial mantra in Sales/Service, “T-shirt time!” is here to stay. Extra points if you can fist pump while you shout it out.

These are just some of the designs that are floating around our department, but I we want to know what sort of designs you’ve come up with lately. Are there any great ideas out there that we haven’t thought about? Let me know!

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