Guerilla Graffix offers apparel customers unique decoration, storage, labeling, ticketing, packaging and apparel product shipping alternatives. Guerilla meets the demand for creativity combined with unmatched screen-printing experience in technique and productivity.

We do not sell licensed product direct, or sell direct to retail customers. We offer brick and mortar services to companies providing the  competitive edge needed to deliver national and international sports and fashion forward products. We serve all business channels requiring creative apparel products sporting venues, music venues,events, bowl games, charities, promotional giveaways, championships all done from one strategic location. Our midwest location provides a one stop source for storage and delivery of every possible style of wearable products.

Our Services
Nike certified factory
Walmart certified
PVC Free printing
High volume screen-printing
Custom Pad Printed  Neck Labels
Direct to Garment digital printing
Custom Art including retail program creation
International /domestic product sourcing
Packaging services
Secure onsite Garment Storage
Sports apparel print specialist
Fashion forward print techniques
Private Label Services
Web-store creation and hosting
Restyling of obsolete inventory
CPSIA compliant
HR4040 compliant



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Super Bowl 2016http://www.wifr.com/home/headlines/Local-Factory-Gears-Up-To-Print-And-Ship-40k-Super-Bowl-Shirts-367993841.html

ROCKFORD (WIFR) -- While the Super Bowl Champion Denver Broncos spent last night celebrating the big win a local manufacturer is working around the clock to make sure fans get their championship gear in time.

As soon as the Lombardi trophy was in sight that was Guerilla Graffix cue to get into production mode.

37,000, that's the number of Super Bowl Championship T-shirts being produced today and that number will only continue to grow.

Most of the prep work was done Thursday and Friday which includes getting samples, colors approved and designs ready for both teams.

This might have us thinking what happens to all those Panthers shirts that get printed and end up being virtually useless.

"Nothing was ever printed for the Panthers, it was just set up and ready to go. We don't have the authority to start producing until the final whistle is blown and that's primarily when the game is over," said V.P. of Operations, Daniel Smithline.

Guerilla Graffix says because this is an out of market scenario the demand is not as high so there's a good amount of time for them to make their deadlines.