February 06, 2007
T-shirt Closet Part 2 (of 100+)
Yesterday, I had the pleasure of meeting the very active Rudy Bachraty of Sellsius real estate blog. Rudy is one of the best new breed of real estate bloggers, and he blogs with the passion of a community builder on a mission. We had an interesting conversation about real estate & real estate blogging, and today I wore with pride the Sellsius t-shirt I received as a gift from him.
If you would like to have your blog promoted on this snazzy collection, “The T-shirt Closet”, and be seen by (up to thousands of) readers on the same day, you do not need to come all the way to Southern California. Simply send a free T-shirt (Extra Large only, unfortunately) to me
c/o The Champion Company
3714 Tibbetts Dr. # 104
Riverside, CA 92506, USA.
And I will personally look for a lovely, young woman to stand beside me as I display your blog’s T-shirt here. (Click on pix to enlarge)
Thank you, man.
Other very fashionable items:
Michael Cunningham’s Crowns: Portraits of Black Women in Church Hats
Guide to lacing sneakers
“Due to the sensitive nature of this item, Urban Outfitters will no longer offer kaffiyas for sale. We apologize if we offended anyone, this was by no means our intention”
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I feel so left out.
I'll be in Southern California March 8-11th and again April 7-15th. I may not have a T-shirt for you, but I'll bring some other lovely hostess gift for your receiving pleasure.
Posted by: Marlow Harris at Feb 6, 2007 10:29:42 PM
my, don't you look handsome! but something is missing......
i will send a ladies shirt over so you can both match.
thanks for your support my friend!
Posted by: rudolph d. bachraty III at Feb 6, 2007 11:01:25 PM
lovely ( in the case of the young woman in the foto )
is an understatement!
Posted by: j p at Feb 7, 2007 8:52:49 AM
As with Rudy, you just taught me the value of standing. Nice one mate.
Posted by: vbfg at Feb 8, 2007 3:03:31 AM
"Click on pix to enlarge"
I really don't think that is necessary...
Posted by: Gordon at Feb 8, 2007 4:54:38 AM
its great and it looks like its comfortable to wear.i guess your company can produce more shirt with high quality... keep up the good work....Godbless
Posted by: real estate glendale ca at Apr 18, 2007 10:44:22 PM
Usually promotional shirts are terrible. This one isn't half bad.
Posted by: How to start a Clothing Company at Oct 17, 2008 12:59:26 AM