RushOrderTees In The Press
Philadelphia Business Journal
The Philadelphia 76ers have added Northeast Philadelphia custom T-shirt printing and design company PrintFly to its roster of corporate partners. The deal provides the 14-year-old family-run company with a variety of online and in-game promotion opportunities, along with handling the Sixers’ T-shirt needs. Here are six things you probably didn’t know about PrintFly.
When people think personalization, the mind often wanders to the t-shirt industry—talk about an overcrowded market. The rise of e-commerce capabilities has seen numerous t-shirt businesses like www.rushordertees.com launched across the globe, and to stay competitive, the ability to personalize products has become the new normal.
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Michael Nemeroff started Printfly, which runs RushOrderTees.com, a custom T-shirt printing business, with his brother and sister in 2002 in Philadelphia. He began offering a 401(k) retirement plan within the last year for his 180 employees, 80 percent of whom are millennials. It was a great tool for recruiting and retaining employees, he said.
RushOrderTees.com was listed #2317 on Inc. Magazine’s annual list of the 5000 fastest-growing private companies in America.
RushOrderTees.com, a PrintFly company, was ranked #2317 on Inc. magazine’s 35th annual Inc. 5000, the most prestigious ranking of the nation's fastest-growing private companies. Over the past three years, RushOrderTees.com has grown 157 percent, purchased and moved into a 65,000-square-foot facility, and increased production by 250 percent. In 2016 alone, it added more than 60 jobs and formed official relationships with professional sports organizations, including the Philadelphia 76ers.
No. 2317 on the list was an ecommerce company out of Northeast Philly called RushOrderTees.com. The self-billed “printing geeks” made the cut for the first time.
One Philadelphia-based company is making waves after being named one of the fastest-growing private businesses in the country.RushOrderTees.com, a custom apparel company, has grown 157 percent in the past three years and reported $22.9 million revenue for 2015. They’ve even secured an apparel deal with the city’s beloved 76ers for the upcoming season.