With summer in full gear, Family Industries has already been able to provide their services for some kick-ass events around the country, and we’re excited to show you all of the cool merch we’ve been producing. In this post, we’ll go through some of our favorite events and a look ahead to what is coming.
COOKIES N’ KICKS X 999 CLUB
Location: Cookies N’ Kicks – LA, CA
Activation: heat press vinyl stickers/patches on work shirts.
Family Industries was hired to heat press vinyl stickers/patches on work shirts. This was a unique event because it was specific graphics for specific type of shirts. We had a blast working with the crew of Cookies N’ Kicks, and these activations are fun, fast, and easy to apply to many different type of fabrics.
JBL “SAVE OUR STAGES”
Location: Santa Monica Pier
Activation: screen printed tote bags
JBL has partnered with NIVA’s Save Our Stages initiative to generate support that will help reopen venues this summer, to once again experience live entertainment, intimate performances and concerts. Funds will also benefit affected workers and musicians impacted by the pandemic who have played an important role in embracing and cultivating local talent and culture.
Family Industries worked with JBL True Summer event series on multi-stop tour by bringing live screen printing on tote bags on the Santa Monica Pier. This location was perfect for the event as it brings a lot of people together for some sunshine and beach vibes.
T-MOBILE MLB ALL-STAR GAME
Location: Coors Field – Denver, CO
Activation: sublimated phone cases & laser engraved baseball bats.
Family Industries was hired by T-Mobile to offer customized merch such as custom sublimated cellphone cases, and laser engraved mini baseball bats. Event-goers were able to engrave their very own mini bats with their names and for phone cases, they were able to choose from a variety of fun team logos and other designs.
DISNEY+ TURNER & HOOCH
Location: Westfield Mall – Century City, CA
Activation: Custom Embroidery
Family Industries had the pleasure of setting up an custom embroidery tent for all the furry friends. Family Industries had 6 embroidery stations where people could get their names and their dog names embroidered unto blue bandanas.
Also, Josh Peck and Hooch made an appearance!