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Three Tiers for Rehabilitation Week Shirts

Published 30 July 10 12:13 PM
Celebrate your rehab staff with these fun T-shirts.

I went to the mall yesterday to see the stores decked out with back-to-school goodies. My local pharmacy already has an entire aisle devoted to Halloween stuff. At ADVANCE Healthcare Shop, we're already getting Christmas scrubs in stock. With all that in mind, September just doesn't seem that far away anymore.

With September comes National Rehabilitation Awareness Month 2010. This year's theme is "The Power of Rehab" and the dates are Sept. 19-25. The National Rehabilitation Awareness Foundation had some great ideas for celebrating and publicizing Rehabilitation Week 2010.

At ADVANCE Custom Promotions, we offer a host of products to help you celebrate National Rehabilitation Week 2010. To narrow it down just a bit, I picked some of our Rehabilitation Week shirts out in three different pricing tiers to get you started.

You can take advantage of our Design Shop and make our artwork your own. I chose our $3.50 custom white T-shirt and put our one-color "Occupational Therapist" artwork on the front. The white background really makes the art stand out. These Rehabilitation Week shirts are $3.50 for any quantity, with a minimum order of 144. Don't dig that design? We have other rehabilitation designs for you to choose from, too. Choose a one-color logo or design and you can get 144 T-shirts for your rehab staff for $504 plus shipping.

If you want to expand you Rehabilitation Week shirts beyond white, you can pick one of the 46 hues we offer in our Hanes tagless T-shirts. I chose a full-color design, but you could make it one-color, too. The price, including set up, for 144 of these printed with a one-color design would be $792. You don't need to get a gross, however. These Rehabilitation Week shirts come in quantities as low as 36.

Finally, I took all the design work out of the equation and picked out one of our T-shirts that comes with the print ready to go. Our pre-shrunk "Super PT" shirts have a space for your facility name under the design, and you can choose from four T-shirt colors. Personally, I prefer this logo on a black T-shirt, but you have other choices so pick the one that suits you and your facility best. The minimum on these Rehabilitation Week shirts is 72. To keep it consistent with the prices above, I priced out an order for 144. It would cost you $1,327. That's the top pricing tier for this post, and it's still less than $10 per shirt.

Are you planning anything big for this year's National Rehabilitation Week? What have you done in past years?

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About Lynn Jusinski

After an internship at a home magazine where she wrote about media rooms and $500,000 pool renovations from the comfort of a teeny, cluttered dorm room, Lynn Jusinski graduated from a small college in Pennsylvania and then moved on to write for two weekly newspapers in suburban Philadelphia. A column she penned for the papers won an award from the Pennsylvania Newspaper Association. In 2007, Lynn moved back to the magazine world, and worked full-time as an associate editor for ADVANCE for Health Information Professionals. Her work on the magazine led to “Rookie of the Year” honors and a second place feature award in the annual Editorial Excellence Awards presented by Merion Publications Inc. In her free time, Lynn is typically stuck in traffic, shopping, reading, constructing poorly made crafts and hanging out in and around her hometown.
You can reach Lynn at ljusinski@advanceweb.com

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