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Create and Sell Custom T-shirts with Teespring!

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Teespring is a crowdfunding platform where you can customize apparel for personal growth, groups, causes, and communities with just a few simple steps and no upfront fees. The best thing about Teespring is you don't have to hunt people down for sizes, payment, or delivery! Teespring does everything for you and makes creating and ordering easy and fun! 
Anyone can come and design a shirt which they can then sell through Facebook, Twitter, or anywhere else online. The seller keeps all of the profit the shirt earns! People can use Teespring as a fundraising tool or just a way to earn some extra money.
Starting a campaign is super easy and can be done within a matter of minutes. All you do is Design a tee with with the online designer by either uploading your own image or using an image from Teespring's library.  Next, you choose a goal which is the minimum number of shirts that need to be sold and set a sale price. In the final step, all you do is name your campaign and add a description. This is where you can describe your cause or reason for funding and add your site's link. Simple as that! 
Teespring uses only high quality retail grade printing and name brand shirts so you can be rest assured your design will come out looking great! Check out the Stay Strong Boston campaign and the video below on how to get started!

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  1. JennifersWorldReviews henryJuly 30, 2013 at 10:05 PM

    these are very nice i think ill be checking them out great review

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  2. I had never heard of Teespring before. sounds great. Love Stay Strong Boston campaign !

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  3. Thanks for sharing this. i want a unique Autism shirt. I will check them out.

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  4. Patricia WoolvertonJuly 31, 2013 at 8:42 PM

    That is so cool. I did not know about this before. I think I may use this.

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  5. What a great idea for those trying to get money for a charity!!

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  6. Jennifer WilliamsAugust 1, 2013 at 5:25 PM

    My son wants to create some custom shirts, I will check this out for some of the school fundraisers we do.

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  7. Melinda Kuffler DunneAugust 1, 2013 at 7:04 PM

    I love this idea! It is a great way to be creative and to help others. I would love to do this for a family reunion.

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  8. Great start of being an entrepreneur! Thanks for sharing!

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  9. I love that you can design your own shirts- I love customizing things and making extra money. I heard about this before but this time, I will check this site for more info.

    http://www.thecouponbuster.com

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  10. A friend of mine tried this one and she succeeded in selling the number she needed.

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