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37-Year-Old Screen Printer Sold to Private Investor

Buyer’s identity and terms of the sale were not disclosed.




Tampa T-Shirts (Tampa, Florida) has been sold to a private investor, according to the consulting firm who advised the screen printing shop on the sale.

Generational Equity (Dallas) closed the deal, which was piloted by Executive Managing Director David Fergusson and his team of advisors, on January 20. The announcement did not disclose terms of the sale nor the identity of the buyer.

“We couldn’t be more pleased with the result of a perfect partnership between the seller and buyer in this transaction,” said Nick Arnheim, an advisor from Generational Equity. “The seller has built a well-respected reputation over the past 37-plus years in the local community, and we are excited that the buyer will continue to make the Tampa T-Shirts name proud for many years to come.”

Tampa T-Shirts was founded in 1985. For more information about the shop, visit



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