"You're either moving forward or you're moving backward."
That has been the unofficial motto for how Select Basketball has approached our operations over the last 15 years. Our logic is that if you simply stay in one place, someone else is going to eventually pass you. Which is exactly how we got in to the screen printing business. After about 10 years of running more and more camps, teams and tournaments, the volume of shirts and jerseys we were ordering was rivaling most high schools and some small colleges. And that's how Select Printing was born.
Well, not exactly
Actually, the first thing we did was partner up with another company so that we could learn the screen printing business. But after five years, we felt like we were ready to go out on our own. Not only did we have a great understanding of how the screen printing process worked, we also had an excellent feel for what customers wanted.
Introducing Select Printing
We're a little late to say hello but better late then never. Select Printing launched as a fully functioning screen printing shop under the Select Basketball umbrella in September of 2015. We were able to bring in an expert full time shop director from Micron, Rob Comer (some of you probably know Rob as a Select coach for several years) and have been going all out on screen printing ever since. Select Printing offers fast and affordable screen printing jobs. We know what it is like to be the manager of a group, a coach and/ or an event director. We've been in those shoes, understand the obstacles and want to help you do your job better. Getting gear for your crew, team and participants should be fun and easy, not stressful and complicated.
A few examples from our shop
In case you are wondering, here's a look a few of the items we have recently produced. They range from large events to small camps.
And if you want to see even more examples, click here
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Need gear? Here's how to get it.
Chances are, you already have Clint Hordemann's contact information. He is the one that can really take care of you and answer some questions. But if you don't, here's how to get ahold of him: Phone: (208) 989-1550 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Give him a call or shoot him an email. Or, if you aren't ready or don't have any printing needs right now, you can still sign up for our email newsletter, follow us on Facebook
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