During these unpredictable times, it’s always nice to approach some level of “normalcy”. For us, one aspect of said normalcy is our customer relations and the connections we’ve built with our community. Pre-COVID, tours of our shop were a regular occurence that we all enjoyed! These tours were a great way to not only provide insight into the screen printing process, but it also created many ways to include our local community in our everyday business.
In the hopes of maintaining our personal connection with the community, we did a virtual tour of Threadbare with help from the folks at Connected Lane County. This was a great way to not only offer a peek inside of Threadbare during a time when we can’t allow regular walk-ins, but also to offer more transparency into our production process and the people that make shirt happen!
As the world starts opening back up, we’ll be able to return to the open-nature our shop used to have. In the near future, customers (and curious people right off the street) will be able to tour our shop in-person as they used to, which is really exciting to all of us at Threadbare.