Located across from their old location at 2728 Center Avenue in Essexville (MyBayCity Photo by Marlo Leveling)
Shirts Mugs & More Moves To A New Location
Move Takes Place At Hectic Time Of Year!
January 12, 2008
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By: MyBayCity Staff
Shirts Mugs & More has recently moved to their new location in between Rebel and Citizens Bank on Center Avenue in Essexville. The transition took place on December 10th and "was an extremely hectic time of year to move", says owner Jeff Idalski.
Employees scramble to organize product the day of the move as customers rush in to place their orders.
Shirts Mugs & More was established in 1988 and was located in the Hampton Square Mall. It was then moved into the old Color Tile space located at 2911 Center Avenue in Essexville.
The recent move was a result of developers purchasing their old location to build a Walgreen Pharmacy, which will break ground in the near future.
Shirts Mugs & More carries a wide variety of T-Shirt brands such as Hanes, Anvil, Fruit of the Loom, Jerzees and Gildan.
Outdoor apparel can be found on-site for the avid sportsman in your life!
Jeff Idalski took ownership of Shirts Mugs & More November 01, 2001. Jeff is a resident of Hampton Township and a graduate of Garber High School.
Columbia brand jackets and much more are available in store.
Shirts Mugs & More offers specialized screen printing and sublimation for all occasions such as team sports, festivals, school functions and much more. Take a picture in to them and they will place it on a T-shirt, coffee cup, mouse pad, hat or just about anything you can think of!
Price matching and nationwide shipping are also available.
Visit their website at http://www.shirtsmugsandmore.com or contact them at (989) 893-8788 for more information and assistance with your personalized needs.
Located between Rebel and Citizens Bank on Center Avenue in Essexville.
Contact Julie TODAY at (989) 892-8501.
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