You have to think about the possibilities you have with your Direct to Garment printer. With a DTG printer you can send out shirts as a sample to a possible customer. Lets take St. Patrick’s Day for an example coming up soon. Send a shirt with a basic clover design on it to your local pubs with their name on it. Don’t forget to include your pricing! If you do things like this in advance the turn around can be up to 80%. Not only are you showing what you can do for them but what you already have done for them. Do the same things for pet shops, hobby stores, dentists, mortgage companies, etc. The list goes on and on, for a few bucks you can have a sample shirt in their hands making the decision making simple for them. You almost have to think of it as printing a business card.