We have made some changes to the My Garment Factory Cardiff website to make your ordering your printed & embroidered clothing easier than ever before...
The new updated My Garment Factory Cardiff site includes:
- Slicker, cleaner user-friendly branding page after selecting your garment
- Our recommended products: Within each category we have decided to put our recommended garments, the ones that offer you both quality & value
- New search bar: We have made searching the My Garment Factory much quicker and simpler than before
- Discount codes: Keep your eyes peeled in your inbox for special offers and promo codes from us to celebrate the launch of our new on-site promo codes.
To celebrate the introduction of our new updates, we have decided to put to offer all our customers the chance to make huge savings.
Enter promo code MAR10 to save 10% when you order printed or embroidered clothing over £100!
We recently had an order to produce #Dudessays tees for the #DudesAdvent charity t-shirt campaign aimed at raising awareness and spreading some festive cheer.
These tees were produced for local fundraiser Beth Baldwin. Beth raises money for both Diabetes UK Cymru and 2Wish upon a star and has currently raised well over an amazing £50,000.
Local fundraiser Beth Baldwin is supporting Diabetes UK Cymru in memory of her son Peter. Peter was a young, fit and health young man who sadly passed away with undiagnosed type 1 diabetes on 6th Jan 2015.
Beth has run a number of fundraising events to help raise awareness of the dangers of undetected type 1 diabetes (which you can't prevent getting) and to make people and GPs more vigilant to the signs. With a passion of sharing her story and experiences, going as far as the Sennedd and Westminster Beth and fellow fundraisers have helped raise an incredible amount, topping £50,000!
How to get yours...
Adults T-Shirts (£12.50) & Kids T-Shirts (£10) are available to be ordered directly from Beth.
Follow @WhatDudeSays and #DudesAdvent to check out the latest fundraising efforts. To donate and read more on this Beth's story check out the Just Giving page which you can access by clicking here.
It's that wonderful time of year where the festivities are among us and the annual Christmas parties are coming thick and fast...
My Garment Factory Cardiff can help you look the part this year with our very own selection of Christmas clothing and festive jumpers.
But it also gives you the chance to take part in Christmas Jumper Day taking place Friday 16th December. All you need to do is look great in your festive jumper, look the part and donate £2 for a great cause. To give you some inspiration for Christmas Jumper Day, take a look at some of our favourite festive jumpers from this years Christmas Offers... To see more of our Christmas jumpers don't hesitate to visit our online store or get in touch via email at email@example.com or call 02920 741 678
Last weekend saw the roads of Cardiff close and over 22,000 runners flock to the capital to take part in the annual Cardiff Half Marathon.
The gruelling race took runners on a 13.1 mile course through the city of Cardiff and its many (many!) suburbs with a number of different Cardiff half records being broken including:
But it wasn't all about records...
The Cardiff Half Marathon gave a number of amateur runners a chance to raise money for their a whole host of chosen causes and charities.
To help do our bit for these amazing fundraisers we produced (in conjunction with SCS Group) branded runners vests for 20 runners completing the race raising funds for local children's charity Noah's Ark. And as you can see they looked great!
My Garment Factory Managing Director John Sheppard added 'We have produced branded clothing for a number of different charities and events the past few years but being a local business we love to support local causes and charities, so when we were approached to produce vests for the runners again we jumped at the chance. The runners looked great and had fun all while raising funds and awareness for a great cause'.
One last thank you...
Just a quick thank you to the team over at SCS Group who also helped make this possible.