Amber Massey is a connector of people in the industry and community. She is an asker of questions and loves to share what she has learned with anyone who will listen. Amber believes shirts are a way to make a statement without saying a word. She is an advocate for mental health and an active supporter and sponsor of Al-Anon and Alateen throughout the U.S.

Amber was a former special education teacher and continues to work with the adult special needs community daily. Amber left the corporate world of pharmaceutical sales to do more mission work. After a mission trip to the Dominican Republic, raising at-risk and homeless teens, she decided to upgrade her craft room heat press and take a leap of faith to support her bonus boys through high school and college. Tshirts for Hope was an idea she had as a hobby but quickly became more with the  purchase of a ROQ automatic printing press. Tshirts for Hope is eco-friendly focused with a passion for water-base printing and sustainable fashion. If you are looking to getting started in the screen printing industry, feel free to contact her with any questions.
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