Spotlight on Endeavor After, LLC –

It has been a while since we have put out a “Spotlight” article. This one is for Endeavor After, LLC. They are a Direct-to-garment Custom Apparel Printing Company. Something to note about this company is that they are owned by local musician, Robbie Perrone, and his family. Robbie is the front man and bassist for East End. You can use our coupon code “PAROCKSHOW” to get yourself 10% off of everything in your first order!

Most band members already know this, but part of being in a band is marketing yourselves. Let Endeavor After, LLC help you do just that!

From the Endeavor After, LLC Website

We are a family owned and operated, direct to garment apparel printer, specializing in t-shirt, sweatshirt & hoodie printing, located in the suburbs of Pittsburgh, PA.

There are many differences between DTG printing and screen printing. The main ones being the extensive color options we offer in order to deliver the maximum detail in your designs. Also….although you will receive our best pricing if you order by the dozen, we offer NO MINIMUM QUANTITY!

Adult and Youth Sizes
– Single or Double Sided
– Any color combo from Single to Full

File requirements for customer supplied artwork:
Between 300-500dpi at size desired
PNG or TIF preferred with transparent background

Other items we offer: Full Color Business Cards, Brochures, Vehicle Magnets, Bumper Stickers and more….

State of the Local Entertainment Scene PYS004

On this episode of Podcast Your Scene: Throwdown we announce the addition of our newest host Doug Carnahan from After the Fall. Brian Shaffer was unable to participate, but we had Jana (Lady Jaye) from First Angel Media and Fred Young, from the band After, join us to discuss the state of the local entertainment scene. This episode is dedicated to our dear friend Tony Marinacci.

Bill hosted this one and asked the following questions (we may have gone off on a “few” tangents, too):

  • How would you grade the local music scene?
  • What businesses and venues are succeeding with helping to build our scene, and why?
  • How valid are digital downloads, and do you feel they will surpass cds this year?
  • How do you think the local radio stations have done in supporting local musicians this past year?
  • Do you think compilation discs would be helpful today?
  • What can the venues do to make life easier for bands?
  • What is the last local band you listened to?

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