I stumbled across this a few weeks back, but basically you come up with the idea for a T-Shirt campaign, bring in the customers and the company does the rest. The best part is there is no up front costs so if it doesn't work you don't owe anything. Most veterans run targeted Facebook ads to create customers, but don't invest much until it really picks up steam.
I've got a great idea for some T-shirts, but it could be easily duplicated so I want to do this right the first time and am trying to gather all the information I can.
Thanks for any help!!
Mike, I want to say Kent Julian (from the Speak It Forward Group) did a few of these. MAY want to post in the Speak It Forward group as I think some of the speakers have done this for their after speaking event sales products. You can find the group HERE. Another group that may be helpful as it relates to marketing is the group HERE.
Best wishes moving forward.
Mike - there have been a bunch of people here who have done projects with teesprings or something similar. I just bought a shirt from Billie Rae Wells recently. Check out this link to find some of the others here - where you ask them about their process and success: http://48days.net/main/search/search?q=teespring