London, United Kingdom, June 15, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Good news for all bands: there’s a new company called Tshirt Takeaway.com, it allows you to produce your own band t-shirts for absolutely nothing and sell them anywhere on-line for a profit.
Anyone who has ever played in a band will tell you, having the band’s own t-shirt worn by their fans is as much a rite of passage as playing their first gig.
However, in the past, if you wanted the nightmare of creating a t-shirt with your own slogan, logo or design, you had to first find a t-shirt manufacturer, put your design together, then get stuck with a minimum order, usually of several dozen, which you’d then have to store somewhere while you tried to sell them.
Now, thanks to T-Shirt Takeaway the nightmare is over. Any band can design a t-shirt in just a couple of minutes - and have the whole manufacturing, selling and delivery taken care of completely.
The best bit is you add the amount of money you’d like to make from each t-shirt sale.
How much do you want to make?… you decide.
Here’s how it works:
Once you have submitted your design to T-Shirt Takeaway you are given a ‘widget’ (a few lines of code) which can be embedded onto your website or MySpace page. Anyone wishing to buy one of your designs simply clicks on the ‘widget’ and they’ll be redirected to the T-Shirt Takeaway shop, where the transaction is completed within seconds.
The t-shirt are only made once an order has been received, so every order is translated immediately into a sales profit for you. All you have to do is return to T-Shirt Takeaway and collect your profits.
Of course, this new on-line t-shirt production service will deliver anywhere in the world and can be used as a simple 'design your own t-shirt' web store by anyone looking to design and sell their own branded clothing through their own websites and, of course, make money on each sale.
If you're not interested in making money by selling your designs, you can use the site to create some totally unique-looking shirts for yourself.
T-Shirt Takeaway really is one of those ideas where you can’t lose – but with the right design you could make a lot of money.
T-Shirt Takeaway’s founder, Neil Gould, will be available for interview.