Heat Printing Growing in Texas

A town hall meeting at Stahls’ Irving, Texas location, presented by Carleen Gray. Thank you to all team members who participated and helped to make the day a success.

Just like everything in Texas, the demand for heat printing keeps getting bigger. Stahls’ Texas has come a long way since its grand opening in 2016. When we first scouted the location for our Irving, Texas location (an industrial area approximately 10 minutes from the DFW airport), there was nothing but open land. Today, the area is bustling and bursting with construction, new buildings, new homes, new stores. It’s really fantastic to see so much growth and expansion going on in the great state of Texas, just like the demand for heat transfer vinyl and Hotronix heat presses. GroupeSTAHL CEO Carleen Gray had the opportunity earlier this week to stop in to meet and greet the team members, led by warehouse manager Tim Barnes.  We had an enthusiastic Town Hall meeting where Carleen introduced the addition of Jennifer Johnson as Strategic Market Sales Manager for TOLA (Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Arkansas). A special thank you to Cheryl S. for making the day run smoothly. Jennifer will be moving with her family to the Irving area later this month. If you are a Stahls’ customer in the Dallas Fort Worth area, we are looking forward to serving you with more services in the very near future. Stay tuned to see what will be available in the coming months. The demand for heat printing is greater than ever in Texas and we are ready to help you grow your custom apparel businesses. We hope to see you at the upcoming Imprinted Sportswear Show in Houston this weekend or in Fort Worth at the NBS Show the following week.

The team at Stahls’ Texas is ready and willing to serve you and help your business succeed.

Jennifer Johnson has been promoted to Strategic Market Sales Manager and will be based out of Stahls’ Texas location in Irving.


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  1. bob varanyak says:

    how can we grow our business in our area need to get more connection, and new leads.

  2. Ted says:

    Hello Bob,
    Thanks for reading. I passed on your information to our Texas office and they have reached out to you. Best, Ted

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