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Free Embroidery Setups for Fire Label Customers

Fire Label offers FREE embroidery setups for orders over fifty pieces to give clothes a professional and long-lasting finish. The company believes that a custom embroidery service is a great option for businesses to promote themselves.

[WORCESTER, July 7, 2014] - Fire Label, a leading online wholesale supplier of clothes in the UK, offers FREE embroidery setups for orders with over fifty pieces to give clothes a professional and long-lasting finish. The company believes that a custom embroidery service is a great option for businesses to promote themselves.

Embroidered Appeal

Fire Label’s embroidery services offer businesses the subtlety and quality that is hard to find in other personalised garments, such as printed shirts. The company’s embroidery procedure involves using a computerised embroidery machine to sew the design into the garment that will help shine the spotlight on the customer.

Their process saves time on the production of the orders, making it easier to sew a company slogan, logo, text and graphics onto most items of clothing. The company thinks embroidery is a great option for shirts because it offers versatility in creating uniforms for restaurants, bars, organisations and sports clubs.

Fringe Embroidery Benefits

In addition to their embroidery setups, Fire Label also offers re-labelling, swing tickets and bagging services for their embroidered shirts. The company can help clients with bespoke tags that are applicable to almost any garment, turning the items into ready-to-sell high quality uniforms.

Fire Label offers both relabeling and swing ticket services for minimum orders of twenty-five pieces in any combination of garments. The company stores any extra items made for the client’s future use.

During the design process of embroidering a garment, the team works closely with clients to bring their ideas to life. Their full design services create a visual mock-up of the client’s design, subject to approval prior to production. The process gives the designers the opportunity to make all the necessary changes to the look, colour and size of the design before needle meets thread.

About Fire Label

Fire Label is the UK’s leading garment supplier. The company has a wide and varied customer base that includes educational establishments, bars, marketing agencies, NHS, corporate organisations and the private sector. They provide next day delivery services on top brands, such as Fruit of the Loom, Gildan and B&C.

For more information, visit their website at www.firelabel.co.uk.