This. Is. Our. House.

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.

School pride is a powerful thing. When spirit is really firing on all cylinders, it’s a force that can be felt by opposing schools, and by the home town heroes defending friendly turf. It is their house, after all. The defender who fights for their homeland always has an advantage. The same is true in sports. Be it a homecoming game, senior night, or any other momentous clash, losing on the home field with the community gathered in support is not an option.

This is our house.

Recently, we printed a slew of blue and white t-shirts for Hillsboro High School. The shirts aptly read “this is our house.” The photo above shows a flock of Hillsboro Hawks lined up in front of their school in solidarity and school spirit.

Seeing schools uniting in spirit is one of the joys of providing screen printing services to so many schools in the St. Louis area. Our sales staff take pride in their customer service and forge a strong bond with our clients. This image from Hillsboro comes via sales rep Marc Pauly, who can be reached at mpauly@winning-streak.com.

Contact us today to show your spirit

Contact us today to speak to a sales representative about becoming a Winning Streak school. When you do, you will get exceptional customer service from your first call or email to the moment you receive your order and well beyond. You also don’t have to worry about long wait times. Our screen printing professionals can fill a t-shirt order in a matter of days!

Get social with your home for school spirit in St. Louis.

Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram for all the latest from your home for spirit gear in the St. Louis area and Metro East. When you get your order, follow Hillsboro’s example and send us a picture of your school spirit. We’d love to share it with our followers.

Posted on October 5, 2017 in Uncategorized

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