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I need some shirts done for my new company. Anyone had this done here in BKK and can recommend some company? I have a TIFF (or other version as required) of the logo.

 

Any clue as to cost? Three colors, about 100mm x 30mm. I'll supply the shirts.

 

 

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I need some shirts done for my new company. Anyone had this done here in BKK and can recommend some company? I have a TIFF (or other version as required) of the logo.

 

Any clue as to cost? Three colors, about 100mm x 30mm. I'll supply the shirts.

 

 

 

They have sewing machines/embroidery machines now that can do that. From what I have seen, the price is cheap but I am at a lost as to where to go to get it done cheaply.

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There are tonnes of uniform/shirt shops just past the national stadium... Take the BTS to MBK and walk past the national stadium ( on the same side as MBK) and there are plenty of shops in the area that should be able to make what you want.

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Mate at the back of the Indra Centre ground floor right hand side. It's the last shop. They have the latest computerised machines and are pretty fast service. Being at Indra they are cheaper than what I would expect you would pay at MBK

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I got them done also in the pratunam area, near a great kinky fake leather and latex sex shop interestingly,

 

Sadly won't be back in Bangers for a while but walking around pratunam you'll find many Polo Shirt shops that will do this.

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Thanks all.

 

Sadly, I'll NEVER (knowledge gleaned from *many* years living here) get the proper sized shirts to make it all "one-stop-shopping." Really: USA 2XL shirts are between 3-4XL shirts in Oz/NZ size and very hard to get hold of. Too confusing anyway. I'll just get right sized "blanks" sent over from the States.

 

Anyway, the embroidery tips were extremely helpful tho'!

 

Thanks again lads.

 

 

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