Learn More About Who We Are
We started this business because a simple need was presented to us. It began in 1994 by putting vinyl numbers on the back of jerseys. Next thing we knew people were asking if we could print their logo on the jersey. Then the next thing we knew people wanted t-shirts and hoodies and polos and jackets. This trend kept happening and we realized that there was a great opportunity to serve the needs of our customers. So we “officially” started Stillwater Screenprinting & Embroidery in 1995. We had a small shop and small basic equipment but it got the job done. We loved the hard work that this industry requires and have just been pursuing growth and opportunities since then. We currently operate out of about 14,000 square feet. We have 2 Automatic presses, 3 manual presses, several vinyl machines, a direct to garment machine, and a digital printer. Our embroidery team operates over 25 heads of embroidery and chenille equipment. The graphics team uses the Adobe suite package. With land to expand we are continually looking for the “what’s new” item in the industry in order to keep up with demand! One of the joys of our family business is the ability to employee great people who we know care about producing quality products for our valued customers. It’s been fun seeing what was a 3 person operation grow to now 20+ team members on staff. It seems as though we are constantly looking for phenomenal team members to join this fun loving crew.
This is What They’re Saying About Us
"You have no idea how much we appreciate you and Stillwater Screenprinting! It has been an absolute pleasure working with you, and we look forward to working with you in the future!!"
Sydney B. and Brenden D.
"I want to thank you so much for the shirts you sponsored and all the hard work you and your team put into them. They are amazing and got so many compliments on the lupus walk. We will be wearing them to any future lupus awareness events. You and your team are amazing. "
"Thank you so much for supporting K-life, we appreciate it!"