Business Update: think d’sign print

Since first opening its doors in Downtown Cranford in 2012, think d’sign print has become known in the area for its beautiful and creative printing projects. Owners Dennis and Brian are always looking for new services or products they can offer to their customers.¬†One of the most popular design services the store now offers is embroidery, which people use to personalize gifts such as baby blankets, or for bathrobes or towels for a newly married couple. Think d’sign print plans to offer embroidery for tote bags shortly as well.

Think d’sign print also just started selling tablecloths, which can be printed in full color. Businesses and organizations have ordered them for streets fairs and trade shows, as they offer a distinctive and eye-catching branding tool.

Tablecloth
This time of year the store is busy with orders for sport teams, school organizations, and charity walks. Dennis and Brian recently did an order of 800 shirts for Pink Out 2015. As the holidays approach, orders will come in for personalized gifts such as shirts with photos on them, or embroidered items like blankets and towels. Many businesses will also have branded tote bags or T-shirts printed out for customers.

Totes

Dennis and Brian are looking to change things up at the store by devoting more space to retail. They’ll be adding more fashion-friendly shirts that can be purchased and worn right away, or customized with a design. The road construction on North Ave has made getting to the store a bit difficult, but anyone can place an order by going online or calling them. Get an early jump on the holidays and start thinking now about the fun personalized gifts you can get. So many designs, so little time!

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think d’sign print
www.Facebook.com/TDPNJ
11 North Ave E.
(908) 967-6244

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