March '17

For the Business of Apparel Decorating

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COLORADO TIMBERLINE OFFERS WHOLESALE, DECORATED PRODUCTS Paid Advertorial A PLETHORA OF PRINTS If you want to sell blanks or digitally decorated goods to your clients but lack the resources to do so, it can be difficult to decide where to turn next. For that, Colorado Timberline carries an enormous selection of products for your decorated apparel business. Based in Denver, Timberline reports that it works mainly with internet-based companies and PPAI- and ASI- affiliated businesses to offer digital direct-to-substrate designs to its customers. Many different types of apparel and accessories are available from Colorado Timberline, including men's and women's apparel, outerwear, polos, headbands, blankets, and more. The company offers these in dozens of color options, making it a one-stop shop for decorators and businesses seeking to expand their variety of services. Pre-decorated cotton or 50/50 cotton/polyester garments with direct-to-garment prints are available. There is also full-polyester apparel for all-over sublimation. Hard goods and signage offerings from the company include drinkware and awards, along with banners, tents, tablecloths, and backdrops. These can be printed, laser etched, and more, depending on the item. Colorado Timberline is constantly expanding its wholesale and decorated product categories with new and innovative additions, including quilts, posters, and ceramic goods for 2017. Dan Greene, owner of Colorado Timberline, says customers drive the development of these goods, allowing the company to support businesses both large and small while fostering its own growth and expansion. "If it's a printable textile, we print on it," Greene says. Having such a huge array of items in stock enables your business to provide decorated goods that may not necessarily sell beyond the order your client requested. This allows you to proceed without investing money in uncertain stock or a direct-to-garment or sublimation printer, let alone the maintenance and stress of production with unfamiliar methods. Greene adds that the company enjoys a challenge and is always looking for ways to improve its offerings and printing methods. In fact, carrying merchandise that helps drive and support sales for its clients at a low cost is a major goal for the company. Colorado Timberline offers retail categories on-demand at a cost that lets its clients compete with major retailers. Through the company, decorators can outsource their digital-printing needs without the need to invest in more expensive equipment if they are not ready or unable to do so. Always pushing to keep up with the demand of the internet, Colorado Timberline strives to be the most innovative, highest-quality digital printing business in the world.

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