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In regards to suppliers of T's, we've been using L.J.Apparel in Brisbane - ph 07 3208 8788, and have had no problems with either product or service. They have a wide variety of shirts from the El Cheapo to the more sublime. Say Gidday to Janet.
 

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Re: Melbourne? source info

Hi Dave, I am trying to find BYM International on the net.. are you able to point me in the right direction. No minimums etc, sounds great!
Cheers
I'm not sure if BYM are on the net but dwayne's email is [email protected] so you can get in contact with him and he'll sort you out he's a nice guy. Since dealing with them I was very happy with their service, the gear arrived on time and everything was cool.

Wish you luck

Dave
 

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I had a look at both of the companies mentioned here and they seem to me to be a bit expensive compared to t-shirt magic which has tees for AU$4.50 for women and AU4.75 for men. That was for 50 but there are price breaks if you order more.
I am in Sydney and met a guy on the market who uses their tees which I bought one of and they washed up nicely and the fit was good.
Haven't ordered mine yet but will be doing so this week so I will let you know how I go if you are interested.
 

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since I am new, and this is my first comment, it will be small, but...
it seems to me that you more brave and out there Aussies should get together and begin a T-shirt import/distributorship - it seems like there is still a HUGE market out there.
 

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since I am new, and this is my first comment, it will be small, but...
it seems to me that you more brave and out there Aussies should get together and begin a T-shirt import/distributorship - it seems like there is still a HUGE market out there.

That's what I thought! If I was out there, I'd be seriously doing some research into how feasible it was. Even having them made in Asia and distributing them in Oz seems like a good idea.
 

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It does seem like it is the beggining of something big here and the whole heat press thing is still in its infancy here. Mind you I am having enough trouble getting my head round all there is to kow about transfers,different tees,colour printing. Maybe a good idea for someone to run with.
 

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I agree. I know that I am not the one to do it - but for someone(s) who is energetic and intrepid there certainly is a market. I've been researching online since I returned from living in the states (a year now) and find the lack of resources incredibly frustrating. We have so many advantages and really cool stuff here (like REAL powerpoints with SWITCHES, and ceiling light fightings in every room! and pretty tissue packet boxes... I could go on) but so many disadvantages when it comes to reasonably priced t-shirts and art supplies!!!
I guess the saddest thing is our lack of manufacturing here - it's hard to 'buy Australian' when there is nothing to buy (and I have NO political agenda - I wouldn't pretend to understand much of it at all).
That was my whine, and if any of you brave things get out there and start distributing t-shirts, don't forget to let us know!!!
 

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Well that's what I am going to do! I have the backing of some people with the $$$ and I am going to do it! Finally - good quality wholesale tees in australia (not just hanes beefy t-shirts ) even though there is a market out there for them it's not what everyone wants! I'll keep you all posted..wish me luck
 

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saw that - but I am currently looking for good SOFT blanks -
I think Gildan are not soft enough - altho Donovan at Superior is very nice -
SanMar in the US (who I read sometimes will sell to AU) want to know what business I am in - I am not quite sure what to say -
Ounce were nice on the phone, but haven't managed to email me the pricelists they promised.
I just want some nice soft t-shirts!
 

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I have the supplier for RAMO tees in Sydney - they sell a wide range of colours for $4 a piece or $3.75 if you buy 50 of a particular size and colour. The tees are 200gsm 100% cotton.

Also Kootex carries a great range of tees called Earth Fit tees - best ones I have found so far. They are about $5.50 per tee but less if you buy over 100 or 300 - mixed colours and sizes can make up that 100 or 300.

This might be old news but it is still good news - pm me for the number if you like
 

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Oh Bund -
you are kind!
but help me - what is pm me? because I'd like the number of both - I am looking for many t-s as we have BIG projects planned in little ways - and we want to find the nicest t that will work for us!
thanks
 
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