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50% can help!

This is the philosophy of why we do what we do. And yes, we do it.

"Do no harm and grow with at least 50% of our profits going to help the world around us."

Generally you create a product and that sale will cover not only the expense of that product but the actual production of the item. Anything … Read More
50% can help!

This is the philosophy of why we do what we do. And yes, we do it.

"Do no harm and grow with at least 50% of our profits going to help the world around us."

Generally you create a product and that sale will cover not only the expense of that product but the actual production of the item. Anything left over is "profit". Profit is the excess remainder of the business transaction between yourself and your customer. That profit can be used to buy fast cars (that would be awesome), a new house, big TVs, or more practically put back into the company to grow, etc...

...or to help others (what an idea!).
How fast does a company need to grow?

Not fast at all.

Back in 1999 when Good Ink was started, it was created to do something better in the world of shirts, street fashion and ultimately the world. Whether we are able to help the world now or 10 years from now, the goal has been the same since 1999. As such, it is our belief that giving away 50% of the profit can still lead to a growing company (and maybe one day fast cars and a nice house) while doing something truly substantial and good.

We all have day jobs (the owner is a professional graphic designer). From extremely talented friends, pros, to even our amazing spouses and supportive parents, Good Ink is rooted in the passion to do something better. If it leads to a full time, then so be it—I think that God has truly blessed us with the ability to hustle non-stop for this purpose.

Through God all things are possible—and with that in mind, we do what we can with what we've got. It's our ambition to help save the world one shirt at a time.

With love and God bless,
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