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I've been searching everywhere and I see tons of great shirt designs out there...
but what I don't see is where people are finding these shirts in bulk.

I mean, as a very savvy computer user I've searched far and wide...
I've found an abundance of mediocre heat transfer companys, but where are the really good ones?

For a "lowest-common-denominator" example...
where do these ebay people get their hands on wholesale priced full-body skull t-shirts?
Full-body scarface t-shirts? 2-Pac? etc.

I would love to supplement my preprint line with some "leader" shirts...
but everything I see that's affordable is just as generic as my preprint line.
I need attraction products that will get people in the door.

But calling up Miramax Studios in Hollywood and trying to buy licensed Pulp Fiction t-shirts doesn't seem the way to go...
which leaves me with two alternatives:

1) Buy the shirts full-price and consider them "loss-leaders".

2) Bootleg them.

Not much of a choice...
so does anyone know where to find Led Zeppelin Heat-Transfers or licensed shirts?

I would prefer to keep costs down, grow my business and DIY = heat transfer...
but at this point I'll consider anything that will give me a decent sales lead.

I have no intention to use these products as my sole source of product,
I just need something to get people to notice my preprint line.

Anyway I'm sure this is top secret information to anyone that knows it...
so if you don't feel like sharing it on the board (but you do with me - hehe), just PM me.

Peace,
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Thanks man...that was the fastest response ever!

Have you used these guys?
They're outside pitch sounds pretty good.

I'll apply for an account tomorrow.
Sweet.

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I emailed both those companies last week, still haven't heard back yet.
Actually, the redrocket email bounced back on me...it's out of service.

I guess I'll have to call, pita...

thx guys
 

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cuush.com said:
I filled this out days ago:
http://www.newworldsales.com/application/index.htm

Should I call them and ask if they would like some of my money?

hehe. ; )
there is more to SELLING Licensed goods than taking your money. The sellers have a variety of agreements in place. Who they sell to is extremely important since they are Licensed goods.

This is why you may need to sign some documents too. I assume.
 

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Jasonda said:
Yes. While they SHOULD be answering their emails, it wouldn't hurt to give them a call.
I spoke too soon, NewWorld has gotten back to me...
I'll call RedRocket and see what's up.

Thanks for the tips guys.
 
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