Episode 11 Pitbull Printing – Glace Bay, Nova Scotia

Danny Sparrow is the owner and operator of Pitbull Printing an independently owned Glace Bay, Nova Scotia screen printing, heat press and embroidery business.  We speak about getting his business started, 70 year old food trucks, life and economy in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, motorcycles and giant doghouses.

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/PitbullPrinting/?fref=ts

Website:    http://pitbullprinting.com

Episode 10 Raypromo Cape Town South Africa

Stephanie Reynecke speaks with me about her roll at Reypromo, a one stop shop for embroidery and printing.  Being located in Cape Town, South Africa adds extra costs and challenges that she and the team at Reypromo happily overcome.  Stephanie offers some advice on purchasing DTG equipment.

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/Reypromocc/timeline

Email:   stephanie@reypromo.co.za

Episode 08 Stacey Wharton of New World Graphics

Stacey Wharton is the Plant Manager at New World Graphics in Athens, Georgia.

Stacy and I talk about the beginnings of our careers and the importance of encouraging employees to take ownership in their work.

Website: New World Graphics

Facebook:  New World Graphics

Stacy Warton: stacey@nwg.cc


Episode 07 Greg Keith & Serigraphia


Owner and founder, Greg Keith, took the art of screen printing and mixed it with his MBA in Business and BA in Chemistry.  What started out as a two-man operation quickly grew into a national and international recognized screen printing business.  Companies such as Gap, Sean John, Old Navy, Armani, Tommy Hilfiger, Martin Francois Girbaurd, and regional businesses have all been in and out of the 30,000+ square feet Fort Walton Beach facility.



The Zoo Gallery

Episode 06 Mantra with Ryan Mumford

Ryan Mumford has created Mantra a motivational garment brand.

Limited Hand Printed T-shirts.  Mantra is a mindset, a statement that you tell yourself.  Self improvement starts with your Mantra.

He has started this on a tight budget, doing all the work solo and learning along the way.

Email: ryanm@whatisyourmantra.com

Mantra Facebook     Mantra Website

Episode 05 Stay Vocal with Alex Eaves

STAY VOCAL is a Green America certified ReUse apparel company. We rescue T-Shirts and give them a second life with a new design. Our shirts are the voice of a progressive, positive world.

ALEX EAVES is the founder of STAY VOCAL and a ReUse activist.  He is also the Director of the film REUSE! Because You Can’t Recycle The Planet.  We talk about ways to repurpose T-shirts and other items.

Stay Vocal Facebook  /   Stay Vocal Website  /  REUSE! Documentary Facebook  /  REUSE! Documentary Website

The City Museum, St. Louis MO

Episode 04 The Ink Kitchen

The Ink Kitchen.  A garment decorators blog.  Is a collection of articles, information, photos based on current events and industry knowledge.  Rick Roth and Tom Davenport work together to produce informative content for garment decorators to consume.  They also are very active at trade shows and industry events.  With the help of their secret weapon Pam Ikegami, The Ink Kitchen has shown its self to be a great resource to garment decorators.  In this episode Rick and I speak about how to open a cardboard box.

The Ink Kitchen Facebook

The Ink Kitchen Website

Episode 03 Mark Frahm

Mark Frahm…

Owner and operator of Mammath T-Shirt Printing located in Adelaide, South Australia.  Mark after years of screen printing has changed his business model to only Direct To Garment printing.  Mark and I speak about, travel, eating various animals, motorcycles, podcasting and a bit about garment decorating as well.  You can contact Mark thru his Facebook page Mammath T-Shirt Printing.

Episode 02 Richard Greaves

Richard Greaves,

Author, technician, entrepreneur, consultant and great contributor to the screen printing world.  If you would like to contact Richard by phone his number is 646 807 8580 or by email at greaves@gmail.com

Richard’s suggestions to expand your mind,

William Oncken, Jr. Tribute http://www.onckencorp.com/tribute.htm.    Harvard Business Review article Management Time: Who’s Got the Monkey?    https://hbr.org/1999/11/management-time-whos-got-the-monkey.

Suggested books that can be found,used for less than $1 at Amazon;
Managing Management Time: Who’s Got the Monkey? 1987    and    The One Minute Manager Meets the Monkey 1991