Event Clothing

Stafford Zumbabes

Planning any event can be serous hard work and having customised products for the day can be a huge aid, not only for organisational purposes but also for promotional needs. Having t-shirts at your event are a fantastic way of making staff/volunteers feel organised and part of a team.

Some of the events we can provide for

  • Music Festivals
  • Charity events
  • Club and bar events
  • Sports tournaments/events
  • Security
  • Advertising/promotional events
  • Event marshalling
  • Agency companies

We can cater for any purpose, you might need just a simple t shirt that will probably only be used once, no problem. We have a fantastic range of economy shirts as well as some of our premium garments.

T-shirts are one of the most powerful tools used in event organisation. They are effectively walking billboards and can carry all sorts of important information. They can promote events in advance, instruct people of where to be, inform people/staff of roles and responsibilities or even to use as basic uniforms.

We can provide a range of garments to help your event run smoothly, from;

  • Caps
  • Bags
  • Hoodies
  • T-shirts
  • Sweatshirts
  • Polo shirts
  • Ties
  • Shirts
  • Hi Visibility Jackets/Vests

A range of printing methods can be used to customise garments. Our advisors are always happy to talk though these methods with our customers and to help them choose the right one for them. We let customers know why certain methods work better than others and the effect it would give to their custom products. It’s important to us that our customers understand why certain printing styles will work better for their tailored order.

If you have any questions and wish to get in touch with us, follow the contact us page or fill out the form below.


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