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We are thrilled to announce our new Get Social with Uth Stuph Contest! Every month we will be selecting one random winner from social media who uses the hashtag #UthStuph on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter with a picture of your group in your T-Shirts.
If you post a picture on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter of your group wearing your T-shirts and use hashtag #UthStuph you will be entered to win 24 FREE shirts! Yes you read that right! 24 Shirts, with a Custom Design, 1 sided and up to 3 colors! It really is so simple to win, all it takes is posting picture on your group with your shirts and post, tweet or share away using #UthStuph
Giveaway open to those 18 and older in the Continental United States. To be eligible to win you must use the hashtag #UthStuph on a photo posted to Instagram, Facebook or Twitter between 12/24/2015 and 01/23/2016. Winner will be selected at the offices of Uth Stuph on Monday 1/25/2016 and announced via the Uth Stuph social media profiles on Wednesday 1/27/2016
Hooded fleece jackets (“hoodies”) come in all shapes and sizes and present unique challenges in apparel selection compared to custom t-shirts. So how do you know make the right choice?
Here is what you need to know about hoodies!Read More»
Selecting ink and shirt colors are exciting parts of the custom t-shirt design experience. Many people are drawn to colors they like or look good wearing themselves when starting a t-shirt design project. You may love the shirt but will others?
Here are a few hints for choosing a winning combination of colors to make your t-shirt pop!Read More»
Yes, you read that correctly, one youth pastor in south Alabama is growing teenagers in a strawberry field. While many youth leaders focus on the mission of teaching teens at a weekly group gathering, this leader has found that getting teens into the fields to serve others in outreach produces more than a harvest of strawberries!
Mark, a youth pastor in the south, recounts how the idea first came to mind:Read More»
Parents with young children often choose a church to attend based upon their perception of the church’s children’s ministry. When parents bring their children to participate in the church’s programs, they often stay and get connected to the programs offered for the adults. When both children and their parents are added to the church, growth is realized.
So how do you make VBS a hallmark that attracts new families to your church?Read More»