Does your group need custom printed t-shirts?
When you get your custom printed t-shirts from Justees you are supporting a fair wage and sustainable business in Cambodia. You are also supporting the work we are doing with youth in the slum areas.
Justees does custom screen printing in a wide range of T-shirt colors and can ship your product anywhere in the world.
Our sowers can sow different style shirts, choose from round neck t-shirt, v-neck t-shirt, sports jersey (singlet), or polo shirt, if you order a t-shirt, choose from regular cut or long line cut. Email email@example.com for more info!
With a 15 shirt minimum order, we will print a 2 color design on front and back for a cost of $10 per shirt + postage.
Because shipping is based on weight, different fabrics and sizes change the weight of the shipment. We will send you a bill for the shipping once we know the weight of the order.
Step 1 – Pick a Color
Step 2 – Fill Out Printing Request Form
Step 3 – We will send you a Paypal Invoice for you to pay for your shirt order as well as a shipping estimate.
Step 4 – We will print and mail your t-shirts and send you a final invoice for the shipping costs.
We buy our tour shirts through Justees to start supporting Cambodians before arriving. Justees is easy to work with, happy to create what we want and are very well priced.
Visiting the Justees workshop is always a highlight for the students. You get to walk through the slums of Cambodia to see just how people live on the way. When we arrive, David does a fantastic talk about life in Cambodia, why he is there and the assistance Justees gives to the local youth. He is very open and is happy to answer any questions. We like buying shirts from a business that helps the Cambodian youth, as well as being fair trade. We also find it interesting to look at how screen printing is done in a third world country and how they made the shirts we wear. Justees shirts that you can purchase on your visit have excellent messages that hopefully get people thinking about the issues in the world today.
Thanks for having us Justees!!!!Elizabeth Dunn