Lincoln, Nebraska
7400 Crosslake Ln
Lincoln, NE 68516
402-421-2611

Did You Know? November 15, 2017

Lincoln, Lancaster
Did You Know?, Lincoln, Nebraska

Did You Know That…..

  • ARTFX has been serving Lincoln and Omaha with custom apparel for over 24 years?
  • ARTFX decorates more than just T-shirts?
  • ARTFX is one of the largest Promotional Products providers in Lincoln and Omaha?
  • ARTFX prides itself on serving all clients from small to big?
  • ARTFX is a Licensed Prime Supplier to UNL, UNO, UNK and UNMC, and all University Affiliates?
  • ARTFX offers a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee?
  • ARTFX will deliver your order for Free in Lincoln and in Omaha?

Come see us at ARTFX 7400 Crosslake Lane in Lincoln or 4142 S.144th Street in Omaha or just call 402-421-2611 and talk to any one of our 10 sales people.  We promise to answer all questions.

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