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

Thank You to the University of Nebraska November 29, 2017

Lincoln, Lancaster
Thank You to the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska

ARTFX is proud to be serving the University of Nebraska in Lincoln, Kearney and Omaha for over 23 years with high quality screen printing and embroidery.  ARTFX is a Licensed Prime Supplier and we are the only Screen Printer that interfaces with the University’s procurement system to allow University Administration and Staff to easily process apparel and promotional product orders.  Call Josh Kadavy at 402-421-2611 if you are a University Administrator to process your orders today.  Thank you to our friends at The University of Nebraska from your dedicated staff at ARTFX.

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