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Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) June 06, 2012
Printfly customized tees and apparel company is expanding its relationship with independent screen printers in select US regions. The expansion will increase the Company’s production bandwidth while offering a new revenue pipeline to qualified small-mid sized custom t-shirt printers in the targeted geographies.
“The customized tees market is major contributor so we’re excited about the flexibility the affiliate program represents to these specific customers. Customers that design custom tees online as well as any screen printing companies we partner with, will both benefit from this initiative,” explained Printfly’s Vice President of Marketing and eCommerce – Ron Reed. “We’re also hearing excellent feedback from our printing partners already in the affiliate program related to the addition business for their teams.”
“Through these relationships, we’ll be able to offer incremental business to independent printers and small business owners while servicing the customer’s needs efficiently at every step of their purchase process.
“The value in time, money and service to the consumer is evident — the online design experience is easy to use and fun, the review by our professional design team takes a customer’s concept to a new level and is valuable contribution to the final product, our partnership with UPS assures reliability deliverability and of course, there is the comfort of doing business with an independently rated A+, BBB accredited company.”
Throughout the month of June, Printfly will launch stage two of the affiliate expansion throughout ten key states. The Company will invite businesses in select high-volume regions to submit credentials for immediate affiliate consideration. The invitation-only RFI will go to a small target of screen printers capable of handling the increased volume of production and able to fulfill orders through Printfly’s partnerhip with global shipper UPS.
Reed and the Printfly’s Operations Manager, Matthew Price, will project manage the initiative jointly. “We’re targeting only select regions at the moment and only businesses that we sourced internally,” explained Price. “It’s a great opportunity for smaller and mid-sized shops and it’s a great value-adding relationship for us and all our customers in those regions. This will help control shipping costs and give us a wider production capability to satisfy the steady influx of both B2C and B2B business. Obvioulsy, it’s also a great opportunity for a lot of our fellow printers out there that, while reputable and great at what they do, don’t have the capital, web-presence, corporate clientele, or infrastructure to handle the shear quantity of leads we take in daily.”
For more information on this story contact Matthew Price or Ron Reed at (800) 620-1233 or visit http://www.printfly.com/.
Printfly customizable tees has been grown steadily since their founding in 2001. The Company’s in-house production facilities is capable of printing over 250,000 shirts per day. With growing clientele – who are also often in a growth mode – Printfly’s leadership team decided to expand their alliances with partnered screen printing companies. The growth has led to newly forged relationships with smaller garment decoration companies throughout the US and Canada.
Built on repeat customers and referrals from satisfied customers, the company has grown substantially over the years. After expanding its production facility into a 15,000 SF addition, the Company continued to grow and is seeking to acquire more space to expand and has begun a second shift for production. Their facilities are equipped with over 20 of the highest quality screen printers, digital printers, screen exposure units, screen printing heaters, and much more.
The Company has received overwhelmingly positive online reviews and ratings across leading sites including Google, Superpages, Yellow Pages, and the Better Business Bureau where they hold a certified A+ Accredited Rating.
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