Father’s Day sorted at Urban IdentityPosted on: 18 May 2017
When it comes to buying for your dad, it can sometimes be tricky. If your dad is anything like mine then you’ll know that they don’t give much away when it comes to what they want. However, if you are looking for a gift with a difference, pop on into Urban Identity at The Arcade and get your dad something he’ll love!
Father’s Day is only a few weeks away and Urban Identity is a new, innovative business based in the heart of the city, that would be perfect for your dad. When it comes to bespoke garment customisation they are the creative solution for your ideas. With the help of their in-house designer, they strive to exceed customer expectations and offer a hassle-free, personal customer service. Offering Eco-friendly screen printing, white toner printing, embroidery, sublimation printing and more. Giving you the best products at the best price.
They also have some great discounts on offer! Including nabbing yourself 20 printed t-shirts for only £150! This is perfect for any small sports clubs in the city looking for a quick and easy way to get a great looking kit, or any large hen / stag parties that need their matching attire.
Not only can they turn orders around quickly in house using the latest printing technology they can also fulfill larger orders working in partnership with a local factory based in Bristol, which means if you have designs you wish to sell, let us print and package them and send them directly to you or your customers with your branding on the items and packaging.
With friendly and helpful staff that can walk you through the printing process and ridiculously competitive prices, you can be sure your dad will be over the moon this Father’s Day with a present from Urban Identity that really has that personal touch.
Address: Unit 12, The Arcade, Broadmead, BS1 3JA.
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