Our Mission: To provide the perfect forum of expression through customized products. As such, our team is committed to delivering creative designs, innovative products and superior service.
T-Shirt King, Inc. has been providing schools, churches, businesses, sports teams and community organizations with the highest quality promotional products, custom screen-printed apparel and embroidered garments since 1985. We specialize in creating marketing solutions for our customers. Our aim is to ensure that their brand has the confidence it deserves.
T-Shirt King has built its reputation on the belief that it will never compromise quality or service. Quality product, quality artwork and quality production lead to the high-quality service our customers expect from us and that we expect from ourselves.
T-Shirt King, Inc. is a certified Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) per the City of Kansas City and the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC).
NAICS Codes: 314999; 315211; 315212; 323113; 424310; 448190; 541870; 541890
Chris Evans is the 2nd generation President of his family’s business which started in 1985. Under his leadership, T-Shirt King has expanded from a “Mom & Pop” to a nationwide brand. Chris truly believes his destiny is about more than just t-shirts. You will often find him consulting his clients on how to boost their brand in a low-cost effective manner. Chris is dedicated to the success of small businesses.
Chris graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Morehouse College with a degree in Finance. Immediately following his undergraduate education, he worked for a top tier management consulting firm and an internet start-up in Atlanta. Chris has also earned his MBA from the University of Michigan Business School in Ann Arbor.
Chris now lives in his hometown of Kansas City with his wife and three sons. In the Kansas City community, President of the Kansas City Morehouse Alumni Association, Founder & Coach of I AM KING SPORTS Little League Baseball Organization, a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., member of the Diversity Task Force for Big Brothers & Big Sisters, and a member of the Mayor’s Challenge Cabinet for the City of Kansas City, Missouri.