Freshmen T-Shirts to Kick Off High School Properly

Freshmen t-shirts from your home for school gear in St. Louis.

Our friends at Mehlville High School recently ordered the above t-shirts for their freshmen orientation. The Panthers are welcoming in the next generation, one of the coolest parts of high school. The freshmen who receive these t-shirts are beginning a journey, a four-year journey that will shape who they are as adults. While these four years by no means will define them, high school is a critical period of physical, emotional, social, and mental development. These will be years of successes and of failures, of triumph and missteps. Lessons will be learned, feelings will be hurt, and bonds will be made that last lifetimes.

Usher your freshmen in properly with custom freshmen t-shirts.

Take a page from Mehlville’s book and usher in your freshmen properly. Become a Winning Streak school and our in-house graphic artists will create an amazing design for your custom t-shirts. You won’t have to wait long, either. Our team is lightning fast at screen printing and can fill a t-shirt order in a matter of days.

Contact us to learn more about how Winning Streak can help your school.

Contact us today to speak to a member of our team about the products and services we provide to schools all around the St. Louis metro area. Our speed and dedication to customer service make us a perfect fit for schools looking to keep their spirit gear well stocked as school starts up. We’re also your home for football, soccer, and cross country uniforms in the St. Louis area and we proudly provide top brands like adidas to our schools.

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Posted on August 10, 2017 in Uncategorized

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