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All Print Custom Tees and Athletics is Ridgeland’s Business of the Month

  • Town of Ridgeland/Special to Jasper County Sun Times - Bob and Barbie Layman stand with Ridgeland mayor Joey Malphrus in front of their business, All Print.

The town of Ridgeland’s business of the month is All Print Custom Tees and Athletics.

The family-owned screen printing, embroidery and sports store that has been in Ridgeland since 2003. In April 2013, Barbie and Bob Layman purchased the business to merge with their existing athletic uniform and supply company. Bob had retired from the convenience store business, but was still printing uniforms and selling equipment to schools.

When All Print came up for sale, it seemed like the perfect next step. When the Laymans purchased All Print, it was located next to Pizza Hut. In January of this year, they moved the store’s location to 8120 East Main St., next to KFC. The move was to help with parking and add sporting goods to the business. All Print supplies the schools with athletic uniforms and equipment from balls to the helmets, from athletic tape to stadium seating. “We can’t stock everything we sell, but we can get you just about anything having to do with sports in just a few days, if not overnight” says Layman. All Print represents companies like Russell, Wilson, Diamond and Spaulding, just to name a few.

All Print prints anywhere from 200 to 1,200 custom tees a day that not only are sold locally, but shipped all over the country. All Print will walk you through the entire process, from design to print. You can also visit their website listed below for their online T-shirt designer. All Print also offers embroidery and has an ample supply of school uniforms in stock for the local schools.

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