There are many ways by which you can market your t-shirt brand in US. These includes:
Social Media Platform like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter etc
One of the least expensive ways is to set up an Etsy account. It has pretty good viewership. The cost is 20 cents per listing. When a shirt sells, you print and ship or go through a POD in the States and they will provide the shirt, print and ship. No inventory or site fees. In the meantime you can research for the best method for you in case the business takes off and you want to change advertising.
There are many sellers "outside the U.S.' using this method as well as selling throughAmazon, E-Bay and other selling sites.
Too many unknowns.
I would need to know where you are located? If you are in the USA a plethora of 'grass roots' marketing options can and should be considered.
If you run a BIG printing enterprise located outside the USA, it is highly possible your target audience should not be the tax paying consumer.
Or, it is possible you do not print shirts at all and intend to use a POD for fulfillment and all you need it a place to show your designs.
For each scenario marketing embraces a different expected outcome.
Without more information, guesses is all that can be offered. With complete information not only can the venue be identified, but the message, appeal, brand and the all important WHY refined for the best outcome.
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