Camp, camp, camp. Basketball camp, science camp, nature camp. Camp for boys and camp for girls. There’s even a Doggie Day camp! Summer is synonymous with camp. Keeping track of one kid is hard enough, let alone a hundred. Ink'n Screens can make your job a lot easier. Divide and conquer. Follow these steps to design your own custom T-shirts for your camp and make ordering a breeze:
Color Coordination: When you’re born the hospital designates pink for girls and blue for boys. If it ain’t broke . .. . Well you know the rest. I say take it one step further. Put the kids that are always on the run in bright orange or green so you can see what they are doing a mile away. And the sweet angels in heavenly white; they’ll never even get a speck of ketchup on their shirts.
Name of the Game: Separate your Kailey’s and Kiley’s from your Camden’s and Cameron’s by labeling those Youth T’s front and back. Normally, we discourage labeling our children but in this case, it’s a must.
Who’s The Boss: Don’t forget your counselors and counselors-in-training. They need to stand out from the crowd- despite their obvious wisdom and current state of acne. Maybe a Gildan Dryblend Jersey Sport shirt with a pocket would better suit their authority.
That’s a lot of custom t-shirts! Don’t forget to order doubles for dirt; so make sure you get the deal. You can order 1 shirt or 1000. Click here to get a Quick Quote. Know your numbers – sizes and quantity – and you’ll have your budget within minutes!
After that, we make a date. For delivery that is. Orders normally take two weeks to fulfill, so grab a hotdog and some sunscreen while you wait. When you see your camp tees arrive, you’ll know summer is finally here.
Ahh camp... good times... good times
It is quite possibly the most popular of youth group events. Ever. We memorialize it in photos, celebrate it with personal nicknames, and longingly remember it until next year's pilgrimage. Summer Camp. Who doesn't love summer camp? Most camps generously give campers their own camp shirt, inscribed with something like "I survived camp Wakatobonga".
Summer camps have long been known for kids and teenagers to meet new friends, learn and develop social skills. The question is usually what to wear to camp. Of course this depends on the camp, but most camps are good places to wear t-shirts. Stand out and show off accomplishments by wearing t-shirts from school and community events in which you have participated. This is a great conversation piece as well as a comfortable option for any activity. While you are at camp, ask others about their t-shirts for a chance to meet new friends.