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  • Member Shirts for ProCare Physical Fitness

    When you want to increase team unity and have fun doing it, there is nothing like member t-shirts. ProCare Physical Fitness wanted to encourage their members and provide them the opportunity to have fun while doing so. These t-shirts are also great conversation starters when members wear them outside of the fitness center, promoting the brand and benefits in the community to gain new members. Endless mountain Solutions was able to work with ProCare Physical Fitness to determine what style best fit their needs and to work with the print company to complete the final designs. In the end, the t-shirts speak for themselves and we are excited to have worked with ProCare Physical Fitness on this solution.

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  • ProCare Physical Fitness Warrior Dash

    If you know anything about the Warrior Dash, you know you do not look very good at the end of the race. That didn't stop the team from ProCare Physical Fitness from wanting to look good before it. And for that they turned to Endless Mountain Solutions to design their team t-shirt

    Our graphics department pulled inspiration from the event and created a custom logo for the Procare Physical Fitness team. That logo was integrated into the t-shirt to create a one-of-a-kind look for a team of great athletes. The shirts might not have been the cleanest at the end of the race, but they were the sharpest at the starting line!

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  • Twitter Hashtag Not Showing in Search List

    Being a smart twitter person, you include hashtags to explicitly target the groups you want your tweet to show up in. Imagine your surprise when, after posting your tweet, that your tweet doesn't show up in the list. This is the problem that was presented to me just today. I honestly did not know why this would happen so I did what every good technology person does, I searched it. To save you time from searching, you can read the full answer or, better yet, here is the summary for you.   

    The answer lies in the fact that Twitter defaults to the "Top" search results and not "All" search results as seen here:

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