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Yes you can. You may need to play with your dot size and frequency to get the greys to represent correctly though. And here's a small tip:
Halftone your greys in a separate layer from the parts of the design that are solid black. That way you can combine them back into a single layer and your black areas will still be crisp and clean.
 

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Are you sure it's okay to print that? I mean, the non-affiliated radio stations always have to say, "The Big Game." So it's probably trademarked or something. You may need to get licensed.
 

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Are you sure it's okay to print that? I mean, the non-affiliated radio stations always have to say, "The Big Game." So it's probably trademarked or something. You may need to get licensed.
Super Bowl won't be in it. This is a promotions company and I got them to go DTG on white shirts instead and they are currently changing the art work.
 
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