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New line of customizable fan shirts from Teamwork
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Mar '11
Teamwork Athletic Apparel, manufacturers of ADV Custom Sublimated Uniforms, announces the launch of an all new line of customizable fan shirts. Matching contemporary baseball, softball and football uniform styles, these fully customizable fan shirts not only cater to the needs of the supporting family, fans and friends of players and teams, but also provide dealers with an ideal add-on to boost their bottom line.

Available in over 20 great designs, ADV Fan Shirts provide a multitude of color options and sizes ranging from child to adult. Brita Bolane, Product Manager at Teamwork explains, "Parents want to support their kids in every way possible, and love the option to have a matching jersey. From a copy of their son or daughter's uniform, to one with labels such as 'Team Mom,' the parents' shirt becomes a uniform every bit as important as the player's jersey."

For dealers, the basic concept of fan wear is nothing new. However being able to quickly and efficiently personalize individually requested one-offs during busy season, which often lacks a positive return on investment, has always been a challenge. Bolane notes, "With ADV Fan Shirts all names, numbers and graphics are included in the sublimation price and there are no minimum orders or set-up fees. And best of all, it can be created with a few clicks of a button."

By streamlining the design and development process, ADV Fan Shirts offer the perfect expansion option at no additional cost. Dealers benefit from their orders arriving finished and ready to move ultimately saving time, space and money.

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