@Kyeh @narfcake I knew this comment was coming.
Err, “concert” is a little restrictive. How about “event” t-shirts.
Spend your money on quality battery refrigeration instead.
Something else that I’ll say in the chat
T-shirts are a must for my hot, hairy, sweaty body to protect my nice business shirts. Event and advertising t-shirts are for the weekend chores.
Little to no text. I don’t want people staring at my chest trying to read what it says.
Of course I also buy randoms anytime they are offered.
I’m boring so I just buy solid color tshirts from stores. No graphic ts for me although the cat/geek shirts are tempting.
t-shirt strategy??? I’m supposed to have a strategy? How well-formed does it need to be? Do I have to have KRAs, KRMs and a cohesive set of tactics to achieve them? Does it need to be in writing?
I can’t handle this… That’s way too much pressure!
✔E.) All of the above.(By the truckload! Please.)
Buy all the t-shirts.
(See also Shirt.Woot)
just keep buying them, you’ll know when you don’t have enough.
Free t-shirts from LifeSouth for donating blood. If you reach into my closet you have about a 50/50 chance their logo will be on the shirt. Here’s the latest one:
@chienfou Great incentive!