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Festival T-Shirts for Small Festivals

Are you a small festival and looking to have festival t-shirts printed?  Folk Weekend Oxford are offering AFO members the opportunity to sell their festival t-shirts through the Folk Weekend Oxford online shop. Cat explains how it works:

If any small festivals are in the position of wanting to have festival T shirts but not being able to afford the upfront outlay, I'd be happy to host them for you in the Folk Weekend: Oxford online shop: https://folk-weekend-oxford.myshopify.com. Please note this isn't a money-making exercise; as T shirts are only printed when a customer orders one there are no bulk-buy discounts and only very small profit margins (most of which go towards the cost of keeping the shop open) but I'd be happy to donate £1 from each of your T shirts sold back to your festival. As I said, there's not a lot of money in it, but we did it for the first time this year and seeing people walking around the festival in a FW T shirt was pretty awesome :)

How it works: You send us the design of whatever your want on the T shirt, and let us know colour/s. I'll mock it up for you and send you a proof to look at. Then I'll set it all up on our shop, and send you the link to market it. Customers buy direct from the shop, I get a notification, and send the order to my supplier, who will then print the T shirt and send it directly to your customer. You don't have to do anything! I'll let you know how many have sold and make a donation to the festival. (If you're anything like us, even an extra 20 quid is very welcome!) 

In summary: What you have to do - send me a logo, approve the design. What you get - fantastic on-site marketing with people are wearing your logo around your festival, and a small donation to your festival as well. If you're interested please get in touch on [email protected]s-oxford.co.uk

Folk Weekend Oxford: 21st Jun 2017 12:30:00

 

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