The night of the playoffs the graphics already are prepared and the merchandise already received by the Harrison Twp. company.
The machines get set up. The crews are on site. And then the game ends.
“Then we physically turn on the machines and start printing the merchandise and overnight we produce 10,000 shirts,” Thomas said.
He said it took about 12 hours to print the Bengals shirts, and then had some additional work to do at the tail end such as pack the right number of sizes together.
“And then the final truck left about 10 o’clock,” he said.
The official NFL shirts can be bought at bengals.com or fanatics.com.
The Cincinnati Bengals are now Super Bowl bound after unseating the two-time defending AFC Champion Kansas City Chiefs.
The locally made T-shirts are another example of how the championships and Super Bowl have been translating not just to fan celebration but also economic impact.