With scholar bowl season just around the corner, it’s time to consider uniforms for your team. Here are six vital but easy steps to follow when ordering custom scholar bowl uniforms
6. Finalize your numbers.
This is straightforward. You need to know how many kids are on the team and needing shirts. You also need to have them right down their shirt sizes so you know how many you need of each variety.
5. Determine your budget.
Finding the right fit for a team starts with knowing how much you have to spend. Once you have earmarked a portion of your budget for uniforms, you have a place to begin looking at specific options.
4. Collar or no?
We have some really cool options from adidas in the collared shirt variety that is the standard among scholar bowl teams. Collared shirts give off the business casual class that a scholarly group needs, and are comfortable and affordable also. You could also go with regular t-shirts. These are even more cost effective, and with those savings you could have other options become available. What about home and away shirts? What about shirts customized with a logo for the specific season you are playing that the students can keep as mementos? These are options to be discussed when you…
3. Speak to a sales rep.
Our sales team is dedicated to exceptional customer service and will help you find the right fit for your students. They have years of experience serving scholar bowl teams in the St. Louis metro area and know the ins and outs of custom uniforms. Contact us today to begin your order. Once you receive your order…
2. Check your order.
…check it. As much as we try to get everything right the first time, we are only human and mistakes happen. John F. Kennedy once said that a mistake is only a mistake if your fail to correct it. When you get your order, check to make sure that everything is as it should be. If it isn’t, let us know and we’ll correct the problem. We can’t fix a mistake we don’t know about, and the quicker you let us know the quicker we can get the right items back to you.