A Super order for Cedarstream
♦ Cedartown printing company puts out rush order for Super Bowl LIII Champ shirts
The Super Bowl has come and gone, and as people packed up and headed out from Atlanta the following Monday morning from HartsfieldJackson International Airport with smiles on their faces if they were Patriots fans, and maybe not so happy if they liked the Rams.
As they passed by the gift shops the opportunity was there for the fans to leave with a memento not just of the big game, but of Cedartown as well.
Cedarstream cranked up their presses around 11:30 p.m. on Sunday night, Feb. 3 to complete the order for the first batch of New England Patriots t-shirts for sale today in the airport, and more are to come in the aftermath of the 13-3 win over the Los Angeles Rams.
Jamie Morris, co-owner of the company with his wife Darcy, said they’d already completed an order over the past two weeks to ensure fans could buy t-shirts on game day at Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta during the Super Bowl showdown. Those shirts featured both the Rams and the Patriots.
He said the work was just one of many big jobs coming for Cedarstream, who completed their move during recent weeks from their former home on Main Street in downtown Cedartown to their new spacious home in the city’s Northside Industrial Park off of the Highway 27 bypass.
“And we’ve got plenty more room to grow,” Darcy Morris said.
Their buildings on Main Street are set to be re-purposed for other ideas for growth the Morris family has, but aren’t yet ready to announce plans. They also operate the Cedartown Museum of Coca-Cola Memorabilia.
The Morris’s will hold an official grand opening of the new Cedarstream facility later in the year.
Cedarstream printed a super t-shirt order for New England Patriots fans who want a memento of their 2019 championship team as they leave Atlanta. These shirts were destined for Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport overnight Sunday.
Cedarstream employees spent a late night getting a rush order out of the company’s new facility in Cedartown.