We’re a proud inductee into the Inc. 5000, an annual list of the fastest-growing private companies in the U.S., due to our explosive year-on-year growth over the last four years. We placed 2,317 nationally, and 56 in Philadelphia for the 2016-2017 year, and we’re poised to continue on with that growth for the 2017-2018 year—we’re coming for you, Inc. 500!
We are leading the way in the highest quality custom t-shirts and apparel in both screen printing and embroidery. We listen to every word you have to say carefully to make sure that your order is printed to perfection.
In 2005, RushOrderTees.com was certified with the Better Business Bureau, and we achieved our A+ rating shortly after. In an industry where retaining high quality standards and accuracy can only be achieved with an amazing team, dedication to our customers, and incredible amounts of focus, it's a rating that we are extremely proud of.
In 2010, RushOrderTees.com received the $20,000.00 M&R Print Challenge Award. This competition was held in Atlantic City, NJ, and drew out the screen printing industry’s most aggressive teams to compete for the title of fastest and most efficient screen printers. In a landslide victory against 40 teams, the Automatic Press Team of RushOrderTees.com printed 295 t-shirts in 15 minutes. That’s 98 dozen – or 1,176 individual tees per hour!
This award is given to a company that has demonstrated consistent job growth and retention over the past two years. While we did not win this year, it was an honor to be nominated by Governor Tom Corbett, who said "We are proud to make investments in manufacturers such as Printfly to support their continued growth and expansion in the commonwealth."
Each year, Best in Biz Awards assembles a top-notch judging panel to review and score all awards submissions. The 50-member 2016 panel included a fantastic array of judges from top-tier publications such as Associated Press, CNET, Computerworld, Consumer Affairs, Entrepreneur, Forbes, Inc., MediaPost, Network World, Wall Street Journal, Wired and ZDNet.