Embroidery Shop Tune Up with Printwear

April 8th Show Audio

Please find some links and notes from the 2 Regular Guys Podcast. Terry and Aaron welcome in for the first time Carly Hollman-Long, the Executive Editor of Printwear Magazine. We will also be joined by Erich Campbell of Black Duck and we will talk with both of them about the upcoming Shop Tune Up Printwear Magazine is giving away with Erich Campbell as the consultant. This is a great opportunity for Embroidery Shops around the country and we are going to discuss why. 

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Embroidery Shop Tune Up

 

Terry: Why did you decide to launch the Printwear Shop Tune-Up contest?

Aaron: Why embroidery this time?

Terry: Who is the contest geared towards?

Aaron: What are the requirements for entering?

Terry: What are you looking for when you read through these applications?

Aaron: What can the winner expect from their consultation?

Terry: What will the five-day consult entail?

Aaron: Carly, are there plans you can share about future shop tune ups?

Terry: Carly, any other new features our listeners will find in Printwear?

Aaron: How about you Erich? Any new projects you’re working on these days?

Aaron: How can our listeners find you both. Carly, we’ll start with you.
https://printwearmag.com/2016-printwear-shop-tune-contest-entry-form

Carly Hollman-Long is the executive editor at Printwear magazine. She joined the industry after working in the retail apparel world. Carly is a Colorado native and alum of Colorado State University where she received her degree in Apparel Merchandising.

Erich Campbell is the award-winning Embroidery Digitizer, Designer and E-commerce manager at Black Duck in Albuquerque, NM with more than 16 years of production digitizing and embroidery experience. He is a columnist for Printwear Magazine and has written editorials and blogged for several industry publications. He also contributes to multiple advisory boards and educational forums, educating through social media, webinars, and podcasts, landing him a spot on Stitches Power List of influential people in the industry for the last 5 years.

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