True but those pennies better add up to some big unit counts otherwise it's not worth doing. I had someone offer me the license for Army/Navy/Air Force/Marines to do belt buckles. They wanted $250,000. Was it worth it? It would seem so on the surface but after having researched it my return on investment would have taken 3 years. 1 year longer than the license timeline was for. Imagine, after having put in all that hard work building up the buckle business, the licensor would have taken it back and cashed in on all my hard work. Do your homework if you want to get into the licensee game.Remember, the artists get residuals from the sale of their stuff. No matter how long ago they started. It all adds up in the end so you will be able to find a seller. That's the hard part, finding an "in". Do the legwork, and it might pay off. Selling "Pink Floyd" is easier than selling "Joe and the Tornados." Even though it only makes you a couple of cents a tshirt, it's better than nothing a tshirt. Those pennies add up. Finding the connection is the hard part. That's what all those infomercials are about.
Rodney, many thanks!!You would look up wholesale licensed t-shirts or band merchandising.
Here's a company that does a lot of wholesale brand names:
Worldwide Wholesale Distributors of Licensed Rock, Indie, Latin, Metal, Reggae and Novelty T-Shirts, Stickers, Patches, Flags and more!