Clothing 4 All, Inc.

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About Clothing 4 All, Inc.

Embroidery of 5,000 stitch logos is only $2.99, and the setup/digitizing ($7.77) is what most new customers pay for a custom logo embroidery. For $2.99, we will also get you a one-word name or monogram without the setup cost and minimum piece quantity when you use one of the "house" fonts.

This is what sets us apart from everyone -- that and the picture perfect assurance of a job well done before it has begun. Every customer receives an email with a photo of their sewn logo for approval at no extra charge, even if they only buy one item.

Clothing 4 All is fat. Customers love our embroidery for many reasons than that of the price. We do not use satin stitches to reduce the stitch count unless it is required to compliment the logo. There are no thin logos here!

Clothing 4 All is free. Use our logo design studio to create a custom logo for your business, school, team, or event at no charge.

Clothing 4 All is fast. Most orders ship within six business days once the logo photo has been approved.

Clothing 4 All is tall. Customers can shop from more than 3500 items from 45 brands, and all garments and accessories are discounted. No one pays the full price.

Looking for a hat? Pick from more than 170 styles. Looking for a polo shirt? Can you find the right one from more than 170 styles? Need pants? We have over 105 styles, etc.

Clothing 4 All is famous. Paid customers include Virgin Galactic, the United States Supreme Court, NASA, the US Secret Service, the Wall Street Journal, University of Oregon, Atlantis Resorts Bahamas, and South Carolina State, as well as thousands of small businesses and households. Ten percent of our business ships to Africa, Canada, and Australia.

Location

1400 Executive Parkway, #320
Eugene, OR 97401

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A. Look for a phone number and a street address. Too many web businesses are hard to communicate with. Your order is custom, oftentimes expensive and needed soon. Test a provider by asking for a quotation and look at the time it takes to receive it and determine if it is clearly written.

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