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RTP Apparel announces the release of their new, faster website. The new www.rtpapparel.com website is designed with our customers in mind featuring faster load times and new features.

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Here we take a look at the RTP Apparel Difference of using a standard white T-Shirt vs the RTP Apparel DTG Ready To Print Shirt.

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OUR ETHOS Ethos is a Greek word meaning “character” that is used to describe the guiding beliefs or ideals that characterize a community, nation, or ideology. The Greeks also used this word to refer to the power of music to influence emotions, behaviors, and even morals. DTG is commonly known as Direct To Garment. But to our team, DTG stands for much more… D – Dream. We believe that if we Dream it we can find a way to make it a reality. We continually try to do better than we did the day before. Through our diligence and determination we...

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RTP Apparel Announces the Release of Another Ready To Print Color – ORANGE RTP Apparel is excited to announce the release of another color to our expanding line of DTG Ready To Print t-shirts. Orange is commonly a VERY difficult color to print due to poor dyes (the processes used) and pretreatment box staining. Our RTP Orange t-shirt makes direct to garment printing on this color easier and more efficient than trying to pretreat the shirts in-house. RTP Shirts are the worlds first mass produced T-Shirts that are completely pretreated and Ready To Print. This means no trying to figure...

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RTP Apparel is proud to announce that we just received our first shipment of military colored T-Shirts that are Ready To Print! The newly available colors of Coyote Brown and OD Green are DTG ready to print shirts that require no pretreating. Just Pick, Print, and Cure!These two colors are some of the latest additions to the world’s best (and only at press time) 100% cotton RTP shirts that makes Direct To Garment printing fun and easy. No more messing around trying to determine the best pretreatment amount to apply, just heat press the shirt prior to printing to remove...

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