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Screen Printing has served its market for 60 years, reaching a unique cross-section of printers serving the garment, textile, graphics, industrial, and promotional-product fields. Today, our acclaimed digital magazine and website work together towards a single goal — giving our audience of 16,000 creative professionals the tools, inspiration and information they need to thrive.

I am happy to see the direction SPM is going. Great job. — Alison Banholzer, Wear Your Spirit Warehouse

I read it to find out new and tips and tricks. — Shannon Mckinnon, Aisle6ix
Just love learning from the magazine. It seems like always something new in every aspect of printing. — Richard Pietrowski, The T-Shirt & Button

Screen Printing magazine is the most trusted industry journal on the planet. Always learn something new! — David Ashenden, QTCo

The first thing I go to are the articles on marketing and industry specific business such as Marshall Atkinson's column. Also enjoy hearing about people/shops in the industry – both large and small – that are succeeding and what they are doing and how they got there. The Brain Squad sounds like just what is missing from Screen Printing — networking and sharing info. Thank you so much for the consideration to be a part of this. I know I am not a large shop, but I feel like I have great input that could help smaller shops. Thank you! — Charlie Vetters, Organic Robot Designs

I read it to stay in the know in the industry. — Gavin StGeorges, Proud Tshirts

I scan it for tips and the latest equipment and pass it on to whoever might benefit. — Jim Bradley, Bradley Nameplate Corporation
I started reading Screen Printing magazine 35 to 40 years ago. I like the magazine as it includes articles on garment and industrial (flatbed) screen printing. — John Wilhelmsen, Distinct Impressions
When I started screen printing in northern Alberta, there were very few resources to help me learn. I discovered Screen Printing magazine in 1980 and have been an avid reader ever since. Cover to cover. In 1993, I wrote my first article and have been a regular contributor since the early 2000s. — Andy MacDougall, MacDougall Screen Printing

I read Screen Printing magazine to try and learn something new. I believe I can usually get at least one idea to help with something going on in our business whether it is printing related or just business related. — Al Messier, Team Print
Always looking for better ways to get things done. — Eddie Pierce, Plaque Shack
I read it to stay up on the latest trends and technologies in the industry. — Dan Hochstetler, Dan’s Custom Prints
We utilize it as a learning tool for new employees as well as to read interesting articles on new technology. — David Campbell, Cool Air Creations
The technical articles are always very good. Out of all the trade mags, I look to Screen Printing for the highest level of tech articles. Thank you for that! — Will Kulick, Blue Ridge Graphics

Find out new stuff. — Rick Poore, Shirts 101
To learn from the various articles and other featured shops/shop owners on their processes and business. — Daniela Hernandez, Night Owls
I find Screen Printing magazine a very valuable resource for learning about new and existing technologies; its content is very straight forward and concise. — Chris Schultz, IT Sportswear & Promotions
Screen Printing magazine is the premier news source for the pulse of our industry. Current, contemporary, and thoughtful articles. Tracey Johnston-Aldworth, Traces Screen Printing I read Screen Printing magazine to analyze trends and see what is new and coming. It is important to keep learning. There is always room for improvement somewhere in your craft and/or business. — Pete Junior, New Era Apparel

It's the only North American screen printing-specific magazine of note. — John Magee, Avient Specialty Inks

I have bookmarked many articles on Home over the years and usually print-to-PDF as well to archive them permanently in my shop's literature library. Of particular interest to me are the highly technical subjects, largely prepress related, but have found useful nuggets for on-press/production as well. — Kyle Baker, Baker Prints
I read Screen Printing magazine for a number of reasons. The primary one is to continue to stay current on the trends around the country; both in decorating and garments. I also am interested to read articles that are submitted by other industry professionals with the idea of contributing myself as I approach retirement. I am far less interested in articles that are aimed at startup businesses than I am articles that relate to established and growing businesses. — Dennis Bruso, East Coast Printers

Screen Printing magazine is a highly trusted source for information regarding best practices, new ideas, and fantastic techniques that will allow you to make your screen printing business better. — Marshall Atkinson, Atkinson Consulting