Raise Funds and Spirits with A Bake Sale

Winning Streak is your home for baseball and softball fan gear in the St. Louis area and the Metro East. We also offer amazing custom uniforms, custom t-shirts, and corporate apparel.

When we say raise spirits, we don’t mean the dead. Unless you plan on having a necromancer bake sale…and we…well don’t know how that would work. We do know that fall is a great time to warm up the spirits of those in your community with some delicious baked treats and raise some funds for your team or organization. Bake sales are a great way for any parents, students, or members of your club who are handy with a mixer and some batter to contribute, or for those among you who are good at giving people change while they buy tasty treats. Hey, the world needs logistical support too.

Bring your bake sale to the next level with custom bake sale t-shirts.

Custom t-shirts are great for groups looking to identify their workers and raise awareness for a group, team, or cause. They also make great thank you items for volunteers. You can get further bang for your buck by designing t-shirts you can use for other events, or even by selling the t-shirts along with your baked goods. Let those who support you in the community show off their support by selling them custom t-shirts.

Have an event coming up? No worries.

If you have an event coming up fast, we can have your t-shirts printed and delivered in the blink of an eye. Our blazing-fast screen printing team can have your t-shirts to you in a matter of days. We promise exceptional quality and customer service to our customers. Start your winning streak today by contacting us.

Get social with your home for custom t-shirts in St. Louis.

Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest and like us on Facebook for all the latest from Winning Streak and our customers. We love to show what our friends are up to, so send us a photo of your order and we’ll share it with our followers on social media. The added publicity will help your bake sale out.

Posted on October 20, 2017 in Uncategorized

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