After almost three years of business, our friends and partners at Orlando Shirts are calling it quits.

The family-run, hyper-local and Florida-focused shirt shop was owned and operated as a side hustle by parent company Go Big Marketing (Website). The owner of Go Big, Sue Hanna, will be closing Go Big to retire. Hannah Zuk, Sue Hannah’s daughter and business partner has already relocated to Colorado, leaving her sister and Orlando Shirts designer Liv Jonse, as the sole Go Big hold-out still in Orlando.

As such, Orlando Shirts is being sold to the highest bidder, with a current price tag of $150,000, which includes everything; Direct-to-Garment printer, ink, two heat presses, platens for printing designs, the shop’s website and social media accounts, all current designs and inventory, and displays racks.

The shop did $54,000 in credit card sales and $13,000 in cash in 2017.  Sue Hanna told Bungalower that she believes that, “The business could do $500,000 easily with a few distribution outlets.” All sales have currently been through their current Mills 50 retail shop and office and online.

If interested, contact Sue at [email protected] or 407-493-6406.
Editor’s Note: You’d also get to work with us, if we like you. Bungalower has been a media partner of Orlando Shirts since its conception in 2015 and we see the importance in having high quality locally-designed merchandise to represent the City Beautiful at home and abroad.

Brendan O'Connor

Editor in Chief of

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