Coastal Business Supplies Teams Up with Epson for DTG and Sublimation Event

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Coastal, Epson event

Coastal Business Supplies and Epson are teaming up to co-host an upcoming interactive event featuring DTG (direct-to-garment) printing and sublimation technology. The donut-themed reception, You Batter Believe It: Sweet Prints & Business Hints, is Thursday, August 24 from 2-7 p.m. CDT at the Coastal headquarters.

The event features training opportunities for attendees to learn how to grow their garment decoration business by adding new sublimation and DTG printing services to their offerings with equipment demonstrations and advice from the industry experts in the Coastal Learning Center.

“Print shops, silk screen companies, sign shops, awards and engraving, and other decoration businesses can benefit at the Epson open house to see the latest in the Epson direct-to-garment and sublimation technologies,” says Coastal Professional Solutions Specialist Rich Foltz. “With the minimal investment required, these businesses can expand their product offerings by selling more to their current customers. Both sublimation and direct-to-garment products are highly profitable and easily made. Both processes will be demonstrated with samples for attendees.”

Business owners can take advantage of event-exclusive discounts and pricing throughout the afternoon and are encouraged to stop by during the open house at their convenience. Free donuts are available for all participants and local restaurant gift cards, printed T-shirts, and Coastal Cash gift certificates will be awarded to giveaway winners all day long, the company says.

Coastal will also be demonstrating some new technology at the event. “We are excited to show off our new rotary heat press for those interested in roll-to-roll sublimation printing or the cut and sew process,” says Coastal Professional Solutions Specialist Darci Jeffrey-Andersen. “This is a process that many are not familiar with, but those that do know of this process are very successful. Home décor decorators and photographers will be amazed by the many items that can be offered to their customers.”

Attendees are encouraged to RSVP.

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