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George Kilian, disgruntled t-shirt customer took matters into his own hands after many misprinted orders and printed the T-shirts himself. Sixteen years later, the former manager of a rhythm-and-blues band owns and operates Sharprint, a contract screen print and embroidery business that grosses more than $8 million annually. "Sharprint started in the basement of my band's house, says Kilian, who initially built his own equipment and taught himself screen printing through trial-and-error. "We printed T-shirts for our bandThen nightclubs wanted wanted some, and soon everyone was coming to us and we had done very little marketing or sales. By selling to his music contacts, he instantly hit a high note, creating more business than he could've anticipated. "It seemed like we were moving every three years (to a larger facility)," he says. Today, after relocating five times since 1985 to accommodate its steady growth, the Chicago-based business resides in a 40K square-foot warehouse,
It all began when a screen printer botched a simple T-shirt order. Naturally, the client was upset. But in hindsight, it was the best thing that could of happened to him. The client, George Kilian, took matters into his own hands and printed the T-shirts himself. Sixteen years later, the former manager of a rhythm-and-blues band owns and operates Sharprint, a contract screen print and embroidery business that grosses more than $8 million annually. Today, after relocating five times since 1985 to accommodate its steady growth, the Chicago-based business resides in a 40K square-foot warehouse, which houses two new state-of-the-art 12-color automatics, two fully automated 16-color automatics, and one brand new all-over 18 color giant, as they like to call it, which has enabled Sharprint to produce gigantic prints.