It’s that time of year when there’s something going on every weekend: graduations, tournaments, charity runs, vacations, and reunions. You run (ok, maybe walk) a 5k and you get a cool t-shirt, right? Wouldn’t it be cool if you could create an awesome t-shirt for your next event without it resembling an old “Todd’s Corner” iron-on? You can!
Big Frog lets you customize your own t-shirts, bags, and pillowcases (essentially any fabric item) in a totally unique way.
Instead of iron-on, your t-shirt goes through an actual printer so the design becomes part of the fabric.
Need a shirt with your company logo? How about a few for your next family reunion? Just want to design your own creation?
You can bring in your logo, let them help you create artwork, or design your own graphic.
Must be expensive to do artwork for one shirt or small quantities, right?
Nope. There are no minimums. No set-up or art fees. And, in most cases you can have your finished product in 24 hours!
Scott & Marcia Parrill opened Big Frog about a year ago and have become more than a small shop in a strip mall, they’ve become a huge part of the community. Scott even teamed up with Neuqua Valley High School’s business classes and created a marketing challenge for the students.
Here’s my favorite part. Hanging in the store are t-shirts in a variety of colors. Each tee has the color wheel on it so you can see how your design’s colors will look on a given shirt. Also, the inks are water-based so they’re eco-friendly as well!
Whether you’re looking for tees for summer camp, your next trade show, or just a fun afternoon project, visit Marcia, Scott, and their team at Big Frog.
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2863 W. 95th Street Suite 107