Custom T-Shirts Printing Omaha
We specialize in screen printing, and designing custom t-Shirts in Omaha Nebraska. You can usually have your very own made custom t-shirts today!
The process of creating, printing, and designing custom t-shirts in Omaha typically takes under 15 minutes per print. Saying we print same day is an understatement.
Our high end garment printing process involves custom ink dying your fabric with long-lasting high-quality full-color prints.
Most customers choose to shop around Westroads Mall in Omaha while we print their custom T-Shirts.
We print Custom t-Shirts in full photo color, have no setup fees, and don’t charge for additional colors. The price you see is the price you pay for your completed shirts. And don’t worry about cheap T-shirt Printing & Design. We carry the highest quality Gildan brand shirts available.
Our store also produces high quality custom canvas prints on hand stretched wooden stretcher boards.
Whether you need a few shirts or thousands, we will treat you with respect and go the extra mile to deliver high quality custom apparel with integrity. Stop by any day of the week or contact us for a great Custom T-Shirts Printing, sweatshirt, or hoodie! Adult unisex, youth, baby, and women’s apparel available.
Submit your own designs or have us design a Custom Shirts or canvas for you, either way, we’ll print you great shirts and canvas at a great price.
Custom T-shirts Printing & Design, apparel and canvas, and is based out of Retro Shirtz at the Westroads Mall in Omaha, Nebraska.
About Omaha Custom T-Shirts
Omaha Shirts is a custom shirts and Canvas printing business opened in the Spring of 2013 by Omaha natives Andy Robinson and Brad Richling. The original location was situated on the corner of 84th and K Street.
Starting out, we had a great reception. Plus, it was fun too! So within six months we decided to upgrade our t-shirt business to the Westroads Mall.
We opened Retro Shirtz Westroads on November 4th 2013 and set up Omaha Custom T-Shirts as the print shop in the rear of the store. And here we are.
About Omaha Custom T-Shirts Mission
The mission at Omaha Custom Shirts is to wow you. We want every customer to leave our store amazed by our level of customer service, loving their t shirt designs, and ready to wear their custom t-shirts for both personal and business use!
About Omaha Custom T-Shirts Printing
Our shirts business is all about custom printing. That business starts with high-end graphic t-shirt design provided by the best and brightest designers in Omaha. We take that skill set and combine it with high end garment printers, custom ink shirts of the highest quality, and a passion for customer service.
We are so proud to specialize in custom t-shirt printing for our Omaha area. As locals, we take great pride in our work. We guarantee personalized care and treatment with every order. And we promise to do our very best to make sure you get exactly what you need.
Whether you need a few shirts or thousands, we will treat you with respect and go the extra mile to deliver high quality custom apparel with integrity. Need t-shirt ideas? Please contact us today about custom shirts, t-shirt designs, or canvas – we can’t wait to hear from you!
Read on if you want to get to know Andy and Brad!
GM / Sales Email Andy
Andy is half of the ownership team of Omaha Custom Shirts.
He has nearly 18 years of experience in the retail sales industry, with over 14 years in management and marketing.
Andy has sales and management experience with everything from high-end jewelry to antiques to candy.
Andy has been married to his wife, Lisa, since 2009, and has a stepson, Nick, that just started at Westside middle school. They enjoy watching TV shows, going to new restaurants, and walking their Westie, Bentley.
Andy loves collecting comic books and definitely adds this touch to Omaha Shirts printing.
Andy is a graduate of Omaha Burke High School and studied business management at UNO.
Print Shop / Design Email Brad
Brad is the other half of Omaha Shirts.
He has an eclectic background with over 12 years in Brand Management, including retail and restaurant management, graphic and web design, and printing everything from apparel to flyers to promotional materials.
Brad has been married to his wife Laura since 2009. They enjoy attending Creighton baseball and UNL football games, going to hole-in-the-wall restaurants, spending time in the Old Market, and walking along Omaha’s Riverfront area.
Brad is a big fan of science fiction books and has been known to play a video game or two. Ok, probably more.
Brad is a graduate of Omaha Creighton Prep and has a degree in business management from UNL.
4 Tips To Creating A Great Custom Shirt:
An abstract message. A creative way to express the message of the company without using a logo. Using logos are cool if they’re a part of the overall design that include other elements, but they shouldn’t be the main focus.
How it fits and feels. A custom shirt that is light and has breathable fabric is the best. It’s nice if they are super soft but have good structure – the cut of it, the neck line and the sleeves are important. Long is good. Something that is fashion friendly and up with the trends, but not clingy and not too loose. Most blends are great because you don’t have to iron them!
It goes with everything. Neutral colors are my go to. Black, white, and grey are the best colors. They go with everything. Other colors are cool too especially if it’s for a good cause or representing a favorite sports team.
Get rid of the tags. No tags, please! They are super itchy and irritating if they are constantly scratching the back of my neck. If a tag is super super soft, then that’s fine.
Many companies and organizations sell the same products or services to the point they are considered commodities. The best way they can differentiate themselves is through creating a powerful brand or image. This causes potential customers to think of the company or organization with the strongest image first when a particular product or service is mentioned.
While it does not have the glamour of a Super Bowl ad or a slick print ad, business t-shirt marketing can be very effective in creating the kind of image that attracts customers and makes them think of you first. It is fallacious to dismiss such marketing as bush league or a desperate move from a startup.
T-Shirts for Marketing?
Indeed, many Fortune 500 companies use t-shirts as marketing tools. This has created a verdant landscape for the customized apparel industry. These days, custom t-shirts play a huge role in everything from social media campaigns to in-house branding.
Color in T-Shirt Marketing
The importance of color in marketing cannot be stressed enough, as humans often make mental associations based upon shading and hue. Athletic team uniforms, national flags, road signs and even gang attire all have either a certain meaning or uniting factor that appeals to the audience on a subconscious level with near permanent effects.
Where Do Companies Use T-Shirts?
One of the most common venues companies use for t-shirts is at trade conventions, which may best be described as ‘commoditization under one roof.’ As companies promote their products, many wear knit or tees of the same color to promote unity under a brand and differentiate from competitors. These same shirts may be given as freebies to convention goers as well. Compared to many types of advertising, t-shirts continue to send a message as long as someone wears one out in public, exist longer than a billboard or print ad and usually cost much less.
What Can Small Businesses Do?
Nevertheless, the power of colors and imagery are undeniable and effective. T-shirt marketing can help a business harness this power to create a long-lasting customer base. If interested in trying this campaign, purchase a mass amount of custom t-shirts from Omaha Shirts or Retro Shirtz and use a company logo that is bold, creative and colorful. With memorable t-shirts, future customers will know your brand and business as soon as they see someone wear it.
Combining a custom t-shirt campaign with various others (such as social media, SEO marketing, television commercials, billboard advertising, etc) will maximize the chances of your business being seen, which will likely improve foot traffic. Make sure to research and do every possible venture you can and make your profits multiply!