A photo of T-shirts made to raise money for a burned down office

A letter from the owner.

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Dear Friends & Customers,

For those that do not know, Think’s downtown Phoenix office at 5th St and Roosevelt burned down the morning of August 23rd. It’s believed to be an electrical fire, but the investigation is ongoing.

Think’s Phoenix office has been actively involved in First Fridays on Roosevelt Row and has been serving the community proudly since 2008. Our Tempe office is now housing the Phoenix staff and all production will be done in Tempe.

I remember when we decided to open up the Phoenix office. We wanted a place for artists to get their prints made, garments made, and be part of First Fridays. As I look at the equipment, art on the walls and thousands of dollars of inventory that burned in the fire, I am reminded that through every problem there is also opportunity. We need to turn this problem around and make this a story of success.

Our goal: We want to sell 2500+ custom T-shirts to fundraise for our re-opening of the downtown Phoenix location, and we need your help.
Each limited edition shirt is made by local Phoenix artists that promote people to Think Phoenix. We want people to celebrate the great art and culture that makes Phoenix great. Shirts are made by local artists with new artists and designs added weekly. Each shirt sale will be accompanied by a free custom white T-shirt order from our tendollarshirtstore.com so that you can make your own specialty garment. We need your help to reach that 2500 shirt goal. Please go toTHINKPHX.COM and purchase a limited edition shirt and share us on your social media outlets.

Thank you,
Randy Phillips
Owner of Think Graphics & Printing Solutions

We want to sell 2500+ custom T-shirts to fundraise for our re-opening of the downtown Phoenix location, and we need your help.
We want to sell 2500+ custom T-shirts to fundraise for our re-opening of the downtown Phoenix location, and we need your help.
We want to sell 2500+ custom T-shirts to fundraise for our re-opening of the downtown Phoenix location, and we need your help.