Working with companies like Sony Evolution Studios on a regular basis shows the constant growth Workwear Express is achieving each and every day. The printed t-shirts look great and we're sure the DriveClub PS4 game will be a huge success.
Durham, United Kingdom (PRWEB UK) 28 November 2013
Workwear Express have continued their work with Sony Evolution Studios, providing more printed t-shirts for the eagerly anticipated Playstation 4 game, DriveClub.
The brand new console, which is to be released by Sony at the end of this month, is set to go head to head with Microsoft's newly released Xbox One in the battle of the next generation consoles. The DriveClub racing game has been promoted as one of the PS4's flagship games, appearing in a number of promotions such as posters, magazine reviews and even television advertisements.
Workwear Express provided Sony Evolution Studios, the developers of the DriveClub game, with a number of printed t-shirts to be used as part of the promotional efforts in the build up to the game's release early next year. The t-shirts, printed in a number of different colours, contained various DriveClub themed designs on the front as well as the phrase "DriveClub Crew" on the back, along with the Playstation 4 logo on the sleeve.
The designs were applied using the Durham based company's in-house screen printing facilities that can print garments containing up to 12 different colours, allowing them to print in excess of 40,000 printed garments each and every week. This is the second time Workwear Express have worked with Sony Evolution Studios for the DriveClub game, having provided them with a number of printed t-shirts earlier in the year that were also part of their promotional campaign. You can see the initial t-shirts being printed on The Workwear Express YouTube Channel:
Launched in 1990, Workwear Express has grown to become the leading supplier of printed and embroidered clothing in the UK and across Europe, supplying a dedicated customer base of over 50,000 with a clothing range that exceeds 6,000 unique garments.
Workwear Express Managing Director Andrew Ward said: "Working with companies like Sony Evolution Studios on a regular basis shows the constant growth Workwear Express is achieving each and every day. The t-shirts look great and we're sure the DriveClub PS4 game will be a huge success both for the developed and the fans who play it."
This isn't the first time Workwear Express has provided promotional garments for a major entertainment platform, having provided a number of television shows such as The X Factor, Big Brother and Geordie Shore with customised garments that we used both within the shows and for their various PR campaigns.