In an April 1 story in the Wall Street Journal, the headline reads: Can T-Shirt Sales Save America’s Restaurants? https://www.wsj.com/articles/can-t-shirt-sales-save-americas-restaurants-11585663442
With restaurants having to close their doors due to COVID-19, some income has been generated by offering curbside takeout, gift cards, and in some areas, selling staples such as toilet paper, cleaners and eggs. But needless to say, this may not be enough to keep some afloat in the coming months.
Enter the T-shirt. For loyal customers, it gives them a way to make sure their favorite eatery does not go under, it supports the employees, and it offers the unique connection that only a walking billboard can do. We all love to see someone wearing a shirt of something we also like.
In this informative blog, InkSoft talks about how decorators are successfully helping restaurants raise funds while also keeping themselves in business. To view this blog on the website, go to https://www.inksoft.com/t-shirts-fundraising-to-the-rescue/.
The InkSoft also website offers informative articles and ebooks that can help you get started in its Help section.
Find out how you can pivot during this business-disrupting time and find new revenue streams to keep your shop busy.Advertisement
InkSoft is a software company focusing on the next generation of sales and production software for decorators. It brings together sales, marketing, ordering and production management into one platform. For more information, contact InkSoft at (800) 410-3048; email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website at www.inksoft.com.
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