Custom decals are a great way to show your pride in your team, business, or group! They go great on a car window, laptop cover, or water bottle.
Here’s how we make your new car decals great:
Our decals are made of a high quality vinyl and are printed with ultraviolet (UV) resistant ink colors.
After printing, we add an additional UV resistant clear coat to each decal to prevent sun damage and other wear from the elements.
With our high quality materials, your decals stay vibrant for years!
Here are some quick tips for how to apply your decals:
Wipe the surface with window cleaner or rubbing alcohol to remove any dirt or dust.
Peel away the back of the decal to reveal its adhesive side.
Apply your decal slowly while smoothing it from the center of the decal out to the edges.
If you'd like to order some custom decals you can Contact Us here!
We specialize in and love working with high school classes. We've been designing custom class apparel since 2009 and have learned a lot along the way! We’ve put together a list of the top seven tips for designing your class t-shirt. This will guide you through the process and make everything as easy as possible for you!
“Support. Positivity. Motivation. If that is your style, this is your tribe!” That’s how the Sub 30 Club and Executive Director, Andy Aubin describes this international group of avid runners.
An inspirational group of people looking to be healthy and in-shape was started in April 2012, when Ted Spiker wrote on his blog that he wanted to run a 5k in less than 30 minutes and wanted others to join him. A challenge that he hoped at least 5 other people might join him in has grown into a 4,000+ member international movement where members support one another by sharing their struggles, successes, and running journeys in person, on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram (@Sub30Club).
Each year “Subbers” meet at different races across the country to support, motivate, and of course, run together! This October, in Bethlehem Pennsylvania, subbers will come together for the 5th Annual Runner’s World Festival (#RWF2016) where the editors of Runner’s World magazine invite their passionate fan base to come, “Run with us!” With races for runners of all levels, this family friendly event will feature running seminars, live music, dinners with the editors of Runner’s World, and of course lots of great races.
Therese Schweyer, Sub 30 Club Executive Board Member is excited to share that all proceeds from this year’s custom Sub 30 Club #RWF2016 apparel sale with 2 Teachers T-Shirts (That’s us!) will benefit the St. Luke’s University Health Network. She explains the good work that St. Luke’s University Health Network here:
“Proceeds from this shirt sale will benefit St. Luke's University Health Network. This is the official charity partner of the 5th Annual Runner's World Half & Festival. The Sub 30 Club is happy to support St. Luke's as they work towards their goal of helping children to have healthy lives and bright futures. All proceeds raised will benefit youth health initiatives within St. Luke's region of care. These community programs and initiatives include the HealthStar Mobile Youth Clinic Program providing medical, dental, and vision services to underserved youth communities; Community Health Centers providing health care programs within area elementary schools; in-patient pediatric health programs; Kids’ Care Clinics providing care to children without insurance; and broader-reaching health and wellness initiatives like the Get Your Tail on the Trail and Live your Life programs encouraging health, wellness, and balanced nutrition.”
We’re incredibly proud to have the opportunity to partner with this passionate group of inspiring people. We applaud The Sub 30 Club and their dedicated members and wish them the best at Runner’s World Festival 2016. If you’d like a sneak peak of this year’s custom Sub 30 Club #RWF2016 apparel, click here! The campaign launches on Tuesday, July 19th at 6:30PM EST. Happy running from our team to yours!
Thank you for helping the kids in your class and school by raising money for them and providing them with an opportunity to have amazing custom designed t-shirts!
We’ve helped thousands of teachers, parents, coaches, and principals raise money and we wanted to share answers to three of our most commonly asked questions that helped those dedicated educators have successful sales and raise lots of money for their schools.
Question #1: How can I motivate students in our school to participate in our fundraiser and get others to participate too?
Answer: Our most successful teachers share why the fundraiser will help their students and their school. They explain to parents and students why they are raising money: to purchase new technology, go on a class trip, buy some school supplies, contribute to a scholarship fund, etc! Sharing why you’re raising money is important because it gives your students, teachers, and parents a strong purpose for buying the t-shirts and actively motivates them to share the campaign with others.
Question #2: How should I share my fundraiser with my students?
Answer: Our most successful teachers take...
We’re having another amazing year at 2 Teachers T-Shirts. We’ve met so many awesome people and many of them were generous enough to share their stories with us.. Read on to check out some of our most inspiring customer stories from 2015.
Last June, Judi Kunkle and her family were all stunned when her 11 year old daughter, Lily, slipped into a coma and was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. Lily came out of the coma and survived, but she is now forced to face this disease every day. Their campaign proceeds are helping Type 1 Diabetes research, and they’ll be holding future sales this summer and fall!
Last June, Judi Kunkle and her family were all stunned when her 11 year old daughter, Lily, slipped into a coma and was then diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. Lily luckily came out of the coma and survived, but is now forced to face this disease everyday.
Wanting to help her daughter, Judi relentlessly researched Type 1 Diabetes and found out that Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes are often mistakenly thought to be the same. While Type 1 is a disease that attacks insulin, a hormone that helps the body digest sugar, Type 2 is a disorder where the body doesn’t use insulin correctly. Judi also discovered that many parents of children with Type 1 didn’t know what was happening when they started showing symptoms. With this being such a common misconception and with so many people not getting the proper facts, Judi knew she needed to spread awareness to save lives.
Pat Huffman is on a mission to help people that suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), a mental health condition that is triggered by experiencing or witnessing a traumatic event. An avid runner and Marine, Pat has won many awards for her hard work in helping others and raised thousands of dollars promoting PTSD awareness by organizing races and other fundraising events. She has become an advocate for all people who suffer from PTSD.