Why Purchase Both?
So how does the Print-N-Stitch system make it much easier to earn more money in your new business?
Here’s what happens… and existing embroidery businesses already know this. For almost every customer, online inquiry, or prospect they meet will likely want to buy something that they can’t yet do.
- That Little League order for 24 embroidered baseball caps – they asked about shirts with the team mascot on them, 8”x10” on the front and numbers on the back.
- The company polo order when they asked about doing printed tees for a weekend event
- A local car dealership that bought the mechanics uniform embroidery from you but has a dealership charity run and needs 60 printed tees.
But every embroidery pro knows that the minute you tell people you can do custom apparel, they’ll start asking you for custom PRINTED t-shirts too!
How would it affect your new business if each one of these new customers looking for embroidery ALSO purchased printed tees from you? How would that affect your bottom line?
- Those 24 Little League caps would not only generate the 24 team shirts, but you’ll probably sell at least 24 fan shirts to the families.
- That weekend event for your Custom Polo client might happen every quarter. So you can expect four orders every year.
- The 60 t-shirts you did for the charity run might catch another team’s attention and turn into 120 next time.
You’ve more than doubled your order WITHOUT having to find a new customer!
Don’t Let This Happen to Your Business
In fact, many of our = veteran screen printing shops are adding embroidery because of the hot demand. They’re tired of sending that profitable business to someone else
Consider the t-shirt printing company that gets the call about doing sports jerseys for an entire school system. Wow! Excellent order. But then the order dries up shortly after the school system asks for a quote on embroidered uniforms. They realized they need embroidered polos for all their maintenance staff. Where did the profitable t-shirt order go? What happened?
What if that some company gets an order from a landscaping company for seven shirts each for each of their field personnel and then must send them to an embroiderer when they want to order caps and embroidered shirts for their salespeople?
T-Shirt printers who don’t own an embroidery machine are also missing out by not offering embroidery!
Maximize your Opportunities
The bottom line is: Print and Stitch allows you to maximize every opportunity that walks through your door by capturing ALL their business.
That means you have the potential to make twice as much money from every phone call. Twice as much from every email or chance meeting, twice as much from every referral.
THE OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE TWICE AS MUCH FOR EVERY DEAL YOU SELL!
Your customers will be even more likely to contribute to making you successful because you save them time and the hassle of looking for multiple vendors. They will talk about your more, refer more people to you and come back the next time.
The great news is that T-shirt printing, and Custom Embroidery is not the only thing your Print-N-Stitch package can product. There’s a third way that Stitch N Print can help propel you into success, and we call it “The Heat Transfer Advantage.”
The Heat Transfer Advantage | Your Highway to an Enormous Market
The custom t-shirt business is huge, and you could spend your entire career, focus your entire business, just on that aspect. But there’s so much more!
Heat transfer technology, which is what powers the printing half of the bundle, can do much more than t-shirts! Imagine offering any of our sample customers in the scenarios we’ve outlined so far with:
- Custom Polyester Bags
- Golf Flags
- Stadium Seat Covers
- And Much More…
So now ask yourself that scary question again.
While nobody can guarantee success, our Print-N-Stitch bundle gives you the best chances to start your new business.
You can do it; you can get MORE than twice the profit from every customer called, every email sent, and every prospect you meet.
Are you ready to take a closer look at the Print-N-Stitch?