TeeSpring-Create and Sell Your Custom T-Shirts with Zero Upfront Costs!
If you are someone that would like to raise money for your club, organization or charity, then TeeSpring is a great place to start. With no upfront cost you can raise money without dipping into your pocket (or your organization for that matter).
TeeSpring is easy to navigate and gives you step by step instructions on how to start your campaign. Campaigns are what they refer to as starting your TeeSpring fundraiser.
- First you will launch your campaign, then design a tee with their online designer, you will choose a goal, and set a price to launch a campaign page where you can send your supporters to buy their tees. (easy right?-that is what impresses me so much about this company!)
- Second you will want to spread the word! Share your campaign page with supporters and collect pre-orders towards your campaign goal. Remember pre-ordering is free: buyers will only be charged if the goal is reached.
- Then just reach your goal! You will be able to continue to sell shirts past your goal until your campaign ends. Once it does, TeeSpring will handle printing & shipping and you get a check for the profit!
Do you know of any other fundraiser that would allow you to set up your special campaign; without upfront cost, take orders and ship them for you? I do—TeeSpring.com.
TeeSpring’s website is easy to navigate just by following the links on the left hand side. They show examples of other people’s current campaigns; so you can see what yours will look like. They also have a detailed shipping cost page so there are no surprises when it is time for your shirts to ship.
So if you have a fundraiser you would like to start or will be starting TeeSpring.com is the place to look into before you launch! I already have a few ideas in the future of what I would like to do in order to raise some money for a few of my favorite charities!
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