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Gina Collections has a variety of Apparel, Accessories and Drinkware all produced by Teespring Company.

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Teespring is an American company that operates Spring, a social commerce platform that allows people to create and sell custom products. The company was founded in 2011 by Walker Williams and Evan Stites-Clayton in Providence, Rhode Island. Unbelievable variety. Fantastic quality. Wear something different today. Shirts Created for Things You Care About.

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Individuals create campaigns in order to sell custom products on Teespring. Campaign creators are expected to design and market the product themselves. Teespring fulfills orders on campaigns that have reached a minimum sales goal (called “tipped” campaigns), and ships items to the buyers. Products are printed or manufactured in various screen-printing facilities. Teespring handles distribution of the products and customer service. Teespring offers various apparel such as T-shirts, hoodies, sweatshirts, leggings and children’s wear.




Brown University students Walker Williams and Evan Stites-Clayton first attempted to create a company linking students with internships called Jobzle in 2010.[6] When the popular, student-oriented Providence dive bar Fish Co. appeared to be going out of business in 2011, they designed T-shirts that said “FREE FISHCO”.[7] Unable to pay to print a batch of T-shirts, they created a one-page website where the shirts could be pre-ordered.[8] While they needed 200 orders to cover their costs, they sold over 400 T-shirts, making $2,000 for themselves.[6]

After receiving numerous requests from other organizations asking for a custom campaign, Walker and Evan decided to pursue the concept of crowdfunded custom apparel full-time.

Rhode Island angel investors Bill Cesare and Mark Weiner invested the first $600,000 in seed funding. The company officially launched in October 2012 in Providence, Rhode Island.[2]


In October 2012, the company announced they had reached over $500,000 in monthly sales.[2] In March 2013, the company reported $750,000 in monthly revenue and a 50% month-over-month growth rate.[9]

In December 2013, Teespring was accepted into the start-up accelerator Y-Combinator which is based in Mountain View, California. Within two weeks of finishing the three-month accelerator, Teespring raised another $1.3 million including $500,000 from Sam Altman, then president at Y-Combinator.[1] In January 2014, Teespring closed a Series A round of $20 million from venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz. Andreessen partner Laars Dalgaard, formerly of SuccessFactors, led the investment, his first with the firm.[citation needed] In November 2014, partner Keith Rabois joined the company’s board[3] and the company announced the closure of its Series B funding round with $35 million from Khosla Ventures and also including Andreessen.[10]

A new manufacturing facility in Kentucky was expected to create hundreds of jobs[10] and by 2015, Teespring had expanded to around 300 employees in the United States.[11] The company had employed 120 workers in Providence before reducing the number to 52 by June 2015. By 2016, the entire Rhode Island staff had been laid off and the company announced plans to close its office there.[12]