Making a Statement with Screen Printed T-Shirts in Corpus Christi

Making a Statement with Screen Printed T-Shirts in Corpus Christi

In the dynamic business environment of Corpus Christi, every brand is in search of a distinct voice, a unique identifier. At Impact Marketing, we’ve discovered and mastered a medium that effectively conveys this voice: screen printed T-shirts in Corpus Christi.

Why T-shirts, one might ask? Well, the beauty of a T-shirt lies in its universality. Regardless of age, gender, or profession, everyone owns and wears T-shirts. And when that T-shirt carries a brand’s logo or message, it instantly becomes a mobile advertisement. This is where comes in, transforming a simple T-shirt into a brand messenger.

But our approach to screen printed T-shirts in Corpus Christi isn’t merely transactional. We don’t just take orders and print designs. Instead, we engage in a deeper dialogue with our clients. Our aim is to understand the brand’s heart, its core message, and then craft a design that effectively communicates this message.

Given the diverse tapestry of Corpus Christi’s business world, a one-size-fits-all approach simply won’t do. Each business has its own ethos, its own unique story. Our team ensures that this uniqueness shines through in every T-shirt we screen print.

The quality, of course, is a non-negotiable aspect for us. Every screen printed T-shirt that leaves our facility is a testament to our commitment to quality. Sharp prints, durable colors, and precise designs are our hallmarks. When someone wears a T-shirt we’ve crafted, the brand message is not only seen but also felt.

Consider the broad reach of these T-shirts. Whether it’s a company event, a community gathering, or just casual wear, these T-shirts ensure continuous brand visibility. And in a place like Corpus Christi, where local businesses thrive on community engagement, this kind of visibility is invaluable.

Wrapping up, if you’re a business in Corpus Christi, T-shirt screen printing is an avenue you should seriously consider for brand promotion. And when it comes to screen printed T-shirts in Corpus Christi, Impact Marketing stands as a trusted partner.

So, let’s embark on this journey together. Let us take your brand, etch it on a T-shirt, and spread the message across Corpus Christi. With our expertise and your vision, the possibilities are limitless. Reach out to us and let’s make your brand the talk of the town, one T-shirt at a time.

Pest Control – Common Pests

Common Pests

The pavement ant is a common household pest. Their name comes from the fact that they usually make their homes on the pavement. They are distinguished by two spines on the back, two nodes on the petiole, and grooves on the head and thorax. During early spring, colonies attempt to conquer new areas and attack nearby enemy colonies. These result in massive sidewalk battles, sometimes leaving thousands of ants dead. Because of their aggressive nature, they often invade and colonize seemingly impenetrable areas. In summer, the ants dig out the sand between the pavements to vent the nests.

Bats range in size from a wingspread of over 5 ft (150 cm) to a wingspread of less than two in. (5 cm). They are found in nearly all parts of the world but are most numerous in the tropics; there are about 39 species in the United States. Most bats are economically valuable because of the large number of insects they consume. The body of the bat is mouselike and usually covered with fine fur. The face varies greatly from one species to another; many species have complex appendages on the snout and projections, or false ears, in front of the right ears; the ears themselves are often huge and elaborately convoluted. These facial structures are part of the sensory apparatus that emits and receives sound vibrations. Some bats are solitary, living in caves, crevices, hollow trees, or attics; others are communal, with thousands or even millions of bats roosting together in a cave or on branches in a section of forest. In some species of communal bats, the entire colony leaves the roost together in the evening and returns in the morning; in others, individuals come and go at different times. Bats of northern regions migrate, hibernate, or both in winter.

Having a good night’s sleep could be next to impossible if your bed is infested with bed bugs. Suffering from a bed bug bite can equal a nightmare, as it can be very itchy and distressing. While bed bugs are indeed a pest, it is good to know there are many solutions to the problems they present. Scientifically known as “ Cimex lectularius,” bed bugs are tiny, wingless insects that can be found anywhere in the world. Bed bugs are mainly nocturnal parasites which means they are active in finding human hosts for feed during nighttime and stay dormant during the day. They live in mattresses, bedding, and other crevices near a food source.

The honey bee is about 12 mm (1/2 inch) long and usually yellow, with 3 or 5 dark brown abdominal bands. They carry two pairs of wings and lack the constricted abdomen (wasp waist) of the wasp and hornet. Honey bees can sting but are much less aggressive than wasps and hornets.

Black flies have preferences for a wide range of individual host species. Adult females feed on the blood of humans, cattle, horses, sheep, goats, poultry, other livestock, and wild mammals and birds. Each black fly species may prefer one type of host over another. The black fly’s common name sometimes indicates host specificity, for example, the turkey gnat. Black flies are daytime biters preferring low wind conditions. They are not restricted to shaded or humid sites and usually do not go indoors. They are attracted to hosts from a distance by smell, heat, and sight. The female flies swarm around and crawl on the host, preferring the head, hair, and ears as well as any exposed skin they can crawl onto. Another type is primarily a bird feeder and probably preys on wild turkeys to some extent. It is the primary vector of the protozoan blood parasite, Leucocytozoon smithi. This parasite is restricted only to birds, especially turkeys. They will feed on domestic turkeys, chickens, and other poultry. Several cases of chicken mortality attributed to black fly feeding were reported.

The house centipede is distributed throughout the United States and Canada. It is found indoors and outdoors under logs and in other damp areas in warmer climates but only indoors in colder climates. House centipedes are found in houses with moist sub-floor areas, in wet basements, and the vicinity of sinks and drains. The house centipede is considered to be beneficial as it feeds mainly on insects and organic material. They rarely bite, causing pain no more severe than a bee sting. The house centipede is 2.5 to 4.0 cm long with very long antennae and 15 pairs of legs, enabling it to run very fast. The last pair of legs are twice as long as the body, giving it a curious form and making it easy to identify. The legs are banded with white. When the larvae hatch from the eggs, they have four pairs of legs. Five more larval stages follow with 5, 7, 9, ll, and 13 pairs of legs. This is followed by four adolescent stages, each with 15 pairs of legs.