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10/29/2010

Heat Transfers Kiosk

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  Heat Transfers Kiosk business.

  Business Overview

  You can earn as much as $1,000 per day selling designs, logos, and messages that are transferred onto T-shirts, sweatshirts, bags, and shorts via heat press equipment. Of course the key to success in operating a heat transfers kiosk is location. Excellent operating locations include malls, beach areas, public markets, and special events, such as fairs, music festivals, and sporting events. The business is very easy to operate and the heat transfer equipment is widely available through numerous manufacturers. There are also thousands of clothing manufacturers and distributors who will be more than happy to set up an account to supply your garment requirements on a wholesale basis. Generally, the best way to operate this type of business is to design display boards and pin the available designs, logos, and messages to them. Customers simply select the garment they wish to purchase, choose the design, logo, or message they want emblazoned on the garment, and you press it on the garment while they wait. Currently, this product retails for $15 to $25 each and the wholesale cost to purchase the T-shirt and transfer is in the range of $5 to $8, leaving lots of room for profit. All of this adds up to a great business opportunity that can be operated part-time, has the potential to generate enormous profits, and can be started with an initial investment of less than $10,000.
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