Too Many Stars Screen Printing Finds New Home

ROSELLE PARK — When business at Too Many Stars Screen Printing of Roselle Park started growing this past year, management knew, it needed to find a new and larger space.  After searching buildings throughout the area, they found just what they were looking for right next door.  Formerly located at 134 East Westfield Avenue, the growing business settled into 122 East Westfield Avenue just last week,  only 50 feet away.

The new, larger facility is several times the size of the former location and, according to owner Cristian Iraheta, will allow for great production times, volume and service to the company’s clients.  “With the larger space, we can add more printing machines, store greater volume of clothing and provide much better pricing and turnaround for our customers.”

Iraheta started screen printing in 2009 as a hobby; he said he just wanted to make shirts to self-accessorize.  “I started printing t-shirts because I couldn’t find tees to match my sneakers, so I printed them myself.”  After a few months, others noticed his talent for art and quality screen printing and started to make requests.

“I received my first request to print tees and started in a small attic with a small table top press,” he said.  Word spread, orders started flowing and Too Many Stars Screen Printing was born.  “We went from the attic, to a two-car garage and then finally moved into the original space in Roselle Park last year.”  After a week-long move of equipment and organizing, Too Many Stars Screen Printing is now settled in to the new, bigger location.  Iraheta says they are “open and ready for business.”

Too Many Stars imprints tee shirts, sweat shirts, hats, jackets, uniforms, corporate wear, embroidery and more.  It does work for organizations, sports clubs, businesses and schools.  They can be reached at 908-445-8852.

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