This is a sponsored post. Compensation was received in exchange for my fair and honest review. My opinion was not influenced by this.
Teespring is a revolutionary new way to create custom apparel for just about any cause quickly and easily! Check out the video below for a quick intro:
In less than 10 minutes on the Teespring site, I was able to create a shirt. I chose from one of their 1000s of available images, picked the color I liked, and added some text. In just a few moments, my campaign was up and running. Check out the shirt I designed:
I love it! I was able to select the type of apparel I wanted as well, allowing me to adjust based on material and prices. Another fun feature is that you can choose a campaign name that goes right into the URL, so it’s easy to spread the word! I called my Teespring campaign “Just Read!”, so my URL is http://teespring.com/justread. You can set the length of your campaign and lots more features to make it really work for your group and what you’re hoping to get out of it.
Since people can order the apparel right on the site and have it shipped to them, it’s one less thing you have to worry about. No sorting out shirts and trying to arrange delivery. Just send people the website information, and let the apparel come to them. 🙂
Here are some other great campaigns people have launched on Teespring:
A couple sold this “Love makes a family shirt” to raise money to adopt: http://teespring.com/chrisandshelleyadopt
This one included children’s and toddler’s shirts to raise money for an 11-year-old to sing in a children’s choir in Hungary: https://teespring.com/bunnygirlsings
This one raised over 85k for Boston relief: http://teespring.com/staystrongboston
I am posting my Teespring Custom Apparel Crowdfunding Site Review as part of a Sverve campaign.