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Logobear offer fast garment printing and embroidery, - plus many other personalised items, gifts, and Newcastle/NE souvenirs.
Hen & Stag tops printed FAST FAST FAST !
Workwear and Uniforms embroidered as you want!
George, Tracy, and Phil love to help you wear your ideas! We specialise in short run t-shirt printing, - often printed while-you wait, - or within an hour!
You are welcome to supply your own garments, but we carry a good selection of t-shirts, hoodies, and polos. We have a great catalogue on our website http://www.logobear.co.uk/catalogue. Logobear typically order garments every Wednesday afternoon, so you can select your products, colours and sizes, and we can have them printed or embroidered ready for the weekend. We are equally happy creating a 'one-off' item for a gift or party, printing a dozen tops for hens/stags, embroidering polos or fleeces for your business, - or printing 400 promotional T's for a larger event or festival.
Phone 0191 222 1138 to explore your ideas.
We offer a free design service, - or can supply specs for your graphics team. We love working directly with you to exceed your expectations!
Premiership Football tops can be quickly printed with your name and number.
Logobear also have a great range of teddy bears and soft toys that can be personalised. Towels and bathrobes look great embroidered, and we print personalised mugs in under an hour. At Logobear you are working directly with the creators of the product, we will work with you on the computer to make exactly what you want.
We also create a great range of Newcastle and North East souvenirs including mugs and fridge magnets.
Logobear are on Grainger Market alley 2 crossroads, - and marked by our 2 giant mascot bears 'Stitch' and his mysterious girlfriend. (The bears give free hugs, - and love being photographed). Logobear only work face to face! - There are countless online T-shirt printers, - there is only 1 Logobear!
Logobear celebrated 25 years of image print and garment personalisation in 2012.