March 03, 2014

PrintKEG Giveaway and Review

I'm going to BlogHer and like everyone else, I will hand out a ton of business cards, but there'll only be a couple of folks with a specially designed Three Boys and an Old Lady t-shirt.  Thanks to I can create customized t-shirts, hoodies, sweatshirts and tanks and more at an affordable price.  Creating products is easy with PrintKEG, simply upload your design or use a design from their design gallery and add text.  Voila!  That's it!  
I've been tossing around a few ideas in preparation for BlogHer and I'm considering putting  my blog logo and incorporating my excitement for BlogHer 2014 on my t-shirt.  

Maybe I should put my blog address on the back or perhaps put my blog logo on the upper corner like one of those designer polos.  

PrintKEG offers discounts on bulk orders and their prices are much lower than the some of the other t-shirt ordering stores and websites we've used for school and church t-shirts. 

PrintKEG offers a 40% discount on orders of 100 or more, while our current vendor only offers a 25% discount.  PrintKEG features quite an extensive graphic and font gallery and if you need help, Customer Service is just a click or phone call away.  

I guess I should mention, PrintKEG is more than t-shirts!  PrintKEG is the perfect stop for all of your printing needs.  Whether you need postcards, posters, flyers, there are lots of items to choose from and all of them reasonably priced.  

For more info, visit 

Thanks to PrintKEG, three (3) lucky Three Boys and an Old Lady blog followers will receive a free t-shirt of their own design. 

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