T-Shirt Designers Take On The Wall Street Crisis

Greenbaby Design has created a line of t-shirts that respond to the current economic crisis.
By: Greenbaby Design
Sept. 25, 2008 - PRLog -- At the t-shirt fulfillment site Zazzle.com, design shop "Greenbaby Tees" has created a line of t-shirts in response to the current economic crisis.  While the White House and Wall Street are pushing a $700,000,000 bailout of the failed banks and mortgage companies, Greenbaby Designs is offering t-shirts with slogans representing the little guy.  One t-shirt asks "Who's Going to Bail ME out?", while another says "I live on Main Street, Where's My Bailout?"  Another t-shirt proclaims "I just spent a trillion dollars on bailouts and all I got was this lousy t-shirt."

In the last several years, t-shirts have gone from basic white to being one of the most popular methods of sending a message about your political or personal beliefs.  Zazzle is one of the leading print on demand sites on the web, where each t-shirt is only printed after it is ordered.

The t-shirts come in over a dozen colors and more than 50 styles, and range in price from around $20 for a simple cotton shirt to about $44 for a long sleeved performance micro-fiber fabric shirt.   The shirts are available at http://www.zazzle.com/greenbaby .  Greenbaby t-shirt artists can be reached via email at greenbabytees@yahoo.com .

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Greenbaby Tees sells one of a kind t-shirts, mugs, gifts, casual clothing through the online print on demand company Zazzle. Greenbaby Tees can be found on the web at http://www.zazzle.com/greenbaby .
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Tags:T-shirts, Economic Bailout, Wall Street Crisis, Bailout
Industry:Apparel, Shopping, Internet
Location:Seattle - Washington - United States
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