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Learn How To Make Branded Shirts In 2 Weeks

Do You Want To Become Self-Employed?
Do You Want To Make At Least N150,000 A Month?
Do You Have The Qualities Of An Entrepreneur?

Now is the time to live your dream as a Fashion Designer!!!

'Inked Deal Academy' is organizing a 2 weeks intensive do-it-yourself skill acquisition & training scheme for interested applicants wanting to learn how to:

1) Make a T Shirt/Polo Shirt/Varsity Jacket/Hooded Jacket/Police Shirt from SCRATCH.

2) Print on apparel using Screen Print, Monogramming, Sublimation Transfer, Flex/Flock Transfer.

3) Create a BRAND and owe a business.

4) Identity NICHE MARKET for your personalized made apparel.

Lots Lots Lots & Lots More!

Interested Applicants are to contact our Brand Consultant by:
Calling---> 0806 013 9350, 0803 335 1466
OR Adding this Pin: 73F35ECF *preferable option
OR send an email to: inkeddealng@gmail.com

The first 20 people to register get a 50% DISCOUNT so hurry while spaces are available!!!

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