Posts Tagged ‘T-shirts’

Traxler Custom Printing Expanding to New Clintonville Facility

Traxler Custom Printing Expanding to New Clintonville Facility
Traxler Custom Printing is expanding to a 9,100 square-foot facility at  3029 Silver Drive in Clintonville. The printing company will over double the square footage of their current Indianola Avenue facility, allowing increased production and capabilities, as well as the hiring of at least five new...
September 10th, 2014 | Announcements | Read More

Outfit Good Helping Non-Profits With Custom-Designed T-Shirts

Outfit Good Helping Non-Profits With Custom-Designed T-Shirts
Buy a cool t-shirt and help a non-profit – that’s the foundation behind Columbus-based Outfit Good. The company knows that doing fundraisers through t-shirts isn’t necessarily a new concept – just take a look at the t-shirt rack at Goodwill – but the owners are focused...
July 10th, 2014 | Business Profiles | Read More

Traxler Tees expanding, hiring for third time in two years

Traxler Tees expanding, hiring for third time in two years
When Zachary Traxler started his T-shirt company, he was determined to source only the materials needed to fulfill wholesale orders from Ohio-based businesses. Turns out that unorthodox vision had legs. For proof, look no further than the fact that Traxler Tees is expanding and hiring for a third time...
January 4th, 2013 | Business Profiles | Read More

Daniel Fox of Skreened: Your Questions Answered

Daniel Fox of Skreened: Your Questions Answered
Though just about every man, woman, and child on Earth owns a T-shirt, not everyone owns a custom T-shirt. But a trip −virtual or offline− to Skreened can change all that. The Clintonville-based company specifically manufactures one-off T-shirts and apparel using a printing process that makes it...
December 7th, 2010 | Frequently Asked Questions | Read More

HOMAGE Thriving, Opening Short North Store

HOMAGE Thriving, Opening Short North Store
Chances are, if you have eyes and have been in Columbus during college football season, you’ve seen Ryan Vesler’s work firsthand. That “Script Ohio” T-shirt? He designed it. In fact, HOMAGE, the company Vesler founded in 2007, sells about a dozen vintage-looking Ohio State University T-shirts and...
August 18th, 2010 | Business Profiles | Read More