Stuart, FL – April 3, 2019 – Have you ever wondered where all those extra t-shirts go? After the last touchdown. After the teams have celebrated and the nets have been cut down. With over 25 years in the industry Team IP has estimating product sales down to a science. But as with any business overages are just par for the course. And what happens to those pre-printed champs’ shirts for the losing team? Where do they go? You might be surprised to find out.
This last year Team IP’s own Richard Innocent took a trip to the Dominican Republic. But its what he took with him that left a lasting impression on a certain basketball team from Haiti and many others throughout the community. Richard packed and shipped surplus tank tops from a recent cross country meet and was able to hand them out to a basketball team he met. Even though they had no connection to the artwork on the tank top, looking like a team on the court was priceless to them.
With over 25 years in the industry Team IP has estimating product sales down to a science.
Each year Team IP works with different ministry partners to deliver thousands of t-shirts to the Caribbean including Haiti and the Dominican Republic. Their work with Christ Fellowship in Florida has even taken them as far as South America to Columbia and Chile. Many of the associations that Team IP works with require that their surplus licensed products be taken overseas for distribution. This gives Team IP the perfect opportunity to use their resources to bless impoverished areas which is at the root of their mission statement. Honor God, develop people and strive for excellence.
“Team IP gets great satisfaction in knowing that the first quality apparel that retails at events all over America can be donated to deserving nonprofit organizations around the world. When these ‘gifts from America’ are distributed in impoverished countries they bring smiles to those who receive them which in turn puts a smile on our face here at Team IP!”
Randy Sparks Team IP | President and CEO