About this project
Risks and challenges
So here's the deal, of course there are always risks & challenges in business. That being said, we have prepared for this. Our manufacturer is a veteran of the industry and gives us a reliable way to efficiently produce the quality products that carry your ideas. At this point they are more of a partner and are excited to scale to whatever this campaign achieves.
And past that, I guess any of us could just randomly kick the bucket. We are all in great health, and we totally don't anticipate that but if it happened that would definitely be a challenge. To handle this risk we all eat annoyingly healthy, look 4 times before crossing the street, and floss daily... determined to make it!
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That's simple... it used to just be called Aplomb and we were impatient while looking through the dictionary... seriously! The Creative Conspiracy took much more thought because it's your group and we wanted to get the name just right! We wanted you to understand that you are a part of community doing something important, below the radar, to benefit something bigger than the individual.
You will have the option at the end of the campaign to receive a credit good at our store for a "Future Shirt" OR if by the time the campaign has ended you like another shirt we have added you may select it for your Future Shirt.
Statistically Black, Grey, and White T-Shirts sell the best, this might sound like we are doing this for profit, and profit is good it keeps the business alive, but the fact remains that the more shirts we sell, the more we can spread your ideas and support an artist’s career. Artists routinely use Black and Grey for their own portfolios due to how they naturally emphasize the artwork. We do have plans to offer more colors and styles in the future, but seeing how the brand is relatively unknown, we focused on framing the artwork in the best way possible.
Good question, which we will answer with another question… How long do you wear shirts with pit stains? Not long, and that means your ideas and the artist are missing out on exposure!