FOURTY-EIGHT shirts needing to be displayed in sizes small, medium, large, extra large, and extra extra large all in my teeny tiny, quaint, little nook of a store.
I realized I had an extra EXTRA large problem of where to store this headache.
Flash ahead three years…
That was when I just unearthed, from my back room, a box of 23 T Shirts with 2007 splashed across the design and I wondered… “What was I thinking?”
If I had known that I would be stuck with all these old outdated shirts I never would have ordered them.
I felt like a failure.
No matter what T shirt design I chose, no matter how I priced it, I could not sell the “minimum” of 48 shirts. Maybe you feel the same way?
• Maybe you’ve given up because you were left with a box full of unsold T shirts
• Maybe your space is “too small” for 48 of anything
After trying so many “solutions” I almost gave up on my dream products, too
Until one day I came across a new idea and it seemed “too good to be true”.
I call it an Infinity Product.
What is an Infinity Product? It is a product you make once and you sell it over and over and over.
Come on… that seems like a scam, doesn’t it.
Let me use music as an example. I remember shopping at the mall where entire stores were devoted to selling records, cassette tapes, and CD’s. Where are they now? Music is digital you no longer buy an album of 10 songs. You buy one song on demand and it is downloaded to your device.
This is an Infinity Product.
The artist records the song once and it is sold over and over and over without ever being recorded again AND without carrying inventory.
It’s like magic!
Gone are the days when the manufactured pressed 1 million CD’s forcing a store to carry minimums that were dusted off each time a customer bought.
I thought to myself… can I do this at my teeny tiny store?
Can I create a design for a T shirt ONCE and sell it over and over and over without carrying inventory?