Start a T-Shirt Business for $350

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Here are six steps that anyone can take to give their t-shirt idea a shot at the big time.

Great t-shirt ideas are born every day. And, sadly, they rarely survive. People just give up on them because it's so hard, and so expensive, to actually create and market the idea. Not true anymore. Your great idea does not have to fade in to oblivion if you have $350 to support it's shot at fame.

Here are six steps that anyone can take to give their idea a shot at the big time.

Step #1 - Go to and hit the "Custom" link. - yes, I know. Shameless self promotion.

Step #2 - Order $350 worth (6 Dozen) of T-Shirts with your design printed on it in a 1-2-4-4-1 size breakdown (1 Small, 2 Medium, 4 Large, 4 X-Large, 1 XX-Large).

Step #3 - Take advantage of our "Free Full Featured Cyber-Store to Every New Customer Offer". Put one or two dozen of your shirts on the web. They'll be available for purchase virtually worldwide. Buy Google Adwords for your store, you'll get results.

Step #4 - Deliver one dozen t-shirts each to four or five reputable retailers in your area on consignment. Ask them to sell them for two months (Net/60 - Generous Terms) and then either pay for them and reorder, or return them.

Step #5 - If your shirts sell, you're in business. If not, you're sure to recoup some of your investment. Then a day at the flea market should get the rest back. But, if your idea sells... Document your success and expand (introduce new designs).

Step #6 - Track for six months and the write up your success story. Send your success story and samples of your shirts to all of the best retailers (their phone numbers and addresses are in the phone book). Send your story to the local media then send those stories as a follow up to your original package recipients. Send it to the national media. Follow that up with a call and ask for orders.

Backed by success, you have a real shot at it.

A great idea will generate it's own buzz.

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