University Tees

Alyssa Rassi ’12 wants your club/organization/team/residence hall to look fab and organized:

Does your club/organization, team, or residence hall need custom apparel or promotional products? If so, you’re in luck! University Tees is finally here at Wesleyan. University Tees is a company that specializes in providing college students with custom apparel and promotional products in an easy and inexpensive way. The Wesleyan Campus Manager (Alyssa) will help you with all of your custom apparel and promo product needs. University Tees focuses on convenience for the client, so Alyssa can meet with students about product selection, design ideas, the ordering process, and more. She will also bring actual samples and catalogs to reference during the meeting itself. University Tees also strives to produce unique and high-quality items for all clients, so students can customize their designs based off of their own ideas and concepts. Professional artists ultimately turn these ideas and concepts into awesome designs, no matter how many revisions it takes. All apparel and products are always inspected throughout the customization process to ensure optimal quality, so clients can rest assured knowing that they are getting exactly what they are asking for. The best part is that the price quotes are all-inclusive, meaning that there are no additional charges for artwork, setup, screens, or shipping! Why not give University Tees a try on your next order? You’ll see how different they are from other companies in the market, and you won’t be disappointed. 20% off all orders placed this November!

Campus Manager contact information:
Alyssa Rassi
216-225-3573
Alyssa.Rassi@UniversityTees.com
Arassi@wesleyan.edu

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(Note: University Tees is not affiliated with Wesleyan University)

10 thoughts on “University Tees

  1. SoccerrrrrLuvr

    my soccer team just ordered through them and im really happy with my shirt. we created our own design… they didn’t give us a design. crappy designs probably come from crappy ideas

  2. LZ!

    It’s technically an internet-based company, so of course it’s made elsewhere. Why does it matter? Shipping is free, anyway

  3. LZ!

    It’s technically an internet-based company, so of course it’s made elsewhere. Why does it matter? Shipping is free, anyway

    1. Ron Medley

      Information matters. For example, three quarters of the way down, the paragraph reads, “All apparel and products are always inspected throughout the customization process to ensure optimal quality” – I mean what does that even mean? They correct for spelling? Did they visit the factory floor to inspect working conditions?

      1. Alyssa

        Alyssa here – the warehouse is 20 minutes from my house in Cleveland. I’ve been there multiple times, and i’ve seen how the shirts are made. Thorough inspection means that the printshop employees stop at different points in the printing process to make sure nothing is off-center, to make sure the ink is evenly applied, etc. Working conditions are fine… obviously no child labor or illegal activity. Employees are treated well. I mean, what exactly do you think is going on in our warehouse? There’s nothing sketchy about the production process… i’m not sure why you’re making a big deal of it.

  4. matt

    according to the websitem you can get gildan or AA.

    be honest though, you just wanted something to be indignant about, didn’t you.

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