It’s January, our franchise QB is out for the year with an injury, and our back up QB Nick Foles comes in and rattles off four straight victories. Sound familiar? The Eagles are in the playoffs once again, and Philly fans couldn’t be more excited.
Last Sunday in Chicago was the “Double Doink” heard ’round the world, as Cody Parkey’s missed field goal attempt bounced off two field goal posts and landed on the ground as refs signaled “No Good” and the Eagles left the Bears with a tough road win in the Wild Card round of the NFL Playoffs.
RushOrderTees proudly prints in Philly – and have been since the very beginning in 2002. We are official partners of both the Philadelphia 76ers and Philadelphia Union. We work here. We live here. It’s in our blood.
The last two years with the Eagles in the playoffs have been absolutely crazy. Last year, our “Victory” t-shirts were featured on local news stations and this year is no different.
6ABC stopped by to visit our headquarters, check out our new T-shirt designs for this year’s playoff madness, and to talk to the founder and CEO of RushOrderTees, Mike Nemeroff. Here’s the video of that broadcast.
Later in the day, we had CBS3 stop by to do a story about all the playoff shirts people are ordering and the ones we’re selling on our web site, especially the Double Doink shirts (designed by yours truly). Here’s that spot.
NBC10 also did a story on us, but they cut it down to less than a minute and sandwiched it into a story about a dude in Eagleville who puts green lights on his house. It’s almost not worth mentioning, but here it is.
On Wednesday morning, Fox29 stopped by in the morning to do a live segment, and Steve Keeley had his own idea for an Eagles playoff design. So what did we do? We had our early production team make his vision a reality. The concept came at 9am, the design was done by 9:20, and the shirts were printing by the broadcast time of 9:35. Check it out.
Later in the day, PHL17 dropped by to do a story, once again featuring the ‘Double Doink’ T-shirt that has been flying off the presses. The reporter also details his journey around the region trying to find a ski mask, which is apparently had to come by these days. Here’s the video of that broadcast.
When Rickie Ricardo found out about the “No Señor” T-shirt we designed, he loved it, and tweeted out his proposal that all profits go to St. Jude Children’s Hospital. So, of course, that is exactly what we’re doing.
Ok everybody! I’m humbled by all the reaction from my call and I hope I’ve got another shot this Sunday. My new friends here have created this great looking shirt. I’ve asked them to donate the profits to @StJude Children’s Hospital. I don’t want a penny. I love what I do. Thanks https://t.co/ZnVWYxbRCW
— Rickie Ricardo (@RR_RicardoFAN) January 11, 2019
‘Tis the season! We’re totally used to it this point. Our entire company bleeds green – and it gets our creative juices flowing. We spun up a bunch of Eagles T-shirt designs that you can purchase directly here.
You can also design your own custom Eagles t-shirts here. Keep in mind, we can’t print any trademarked or copyrighted images. But we have lots of orders coming in that feature popular Eagles catchphrases that you can feel free to use, such as:
The Road to Victory
Ski Mask SZN
So get creative, get pumped, and be ready for a tough road matchup against Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints on Sunday.
Fly Eagles Fly!
Imri (pronounced em-rye), also known as “M”, joined RushOrderTees in the spring of 2015, bringing over 10 years of graphic design and color separations experience in the screen printing industry. Over the next three years, he helped transform the Art Department, improving the overall quality, efficiency, and customer service of the team, while making some beautiful T-shirts along the way.
A graduate of the Multimedia program at University of the Arts in Philadelphia, he has explored various creative pursuits, including art and design, marketing, DJing, and even producing comedy shows. He brings his well-rounded skill set and forward-thinking approach to every project he’s involved with at Printfly / Rush Order Tees.
He is a contributing writer for Impressions Magazine, Printwear Magazine, and ASI Central. He loves roller coasters, music, and fried pickles.