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1 year T shirt subscription could save Simon Cowell £16,425
Simon Cowell spends £16,425 per year on T shirts, PrintedTshirts.co.uk's 1 year (365 t shirt) subscription would save him over £15,000.
Subscription's have really taken off in 2012, you can now get films, healthy snacks, beauty products, games and more via subscription ttp://www.PrintedTshirts.co.uk a business set up by 23 year old graduate Max Bramwell have newly launched a one year t shirt subscription http://www.printedtshirts.co.uk/
T shirts are delivered in monthly batches with the exact number of t shirts in relation to the number of days in the following month i.e 31 t shirts delivered at the end of June for July. T shirts available in white, black or mixed colours.
A recent UK survey by PrintedTshirts.co.uk found that the average UK adult has over 30 T shirts and these consisted of 58% over a year old with a further 22% over 2 years old, the oldest t-shirt still worn was over 23 years old. The survey also found that the most active t shirt buyer spent over £200 per week on new t-shirts.
"In today's age people don't want to go out shopping for clothes every month, that's why our yearly t shirt subscription is ideal, You'll get that 'Fresh, New T shirt Feel' every single day for a year, what's better than that!" Max Bramwell. PrintedTshirts.co.uk
The T shirt subscription also will aid anyone wanting to break the most T shirts worn at once Guiness World Record which currently stands at 257 by Sanath Bandara in Sri Lanka on 22nd of December 2011, with a PrintedTshirts.co.uk 1 Year Subscription after day 258 customers could attempt to beat the world record.
Contact: Max Bramwell, Owner of PrintedTshirts available for comment and/or interview on telephone: +44 7805 246502 or via email email@example.com
PrintedTshirts is a company specialising in t shirt printing and personalised t shirts, they sell a wide range of t shirts including custom keep calm t shirts, funny t shirts and can print on demand. Set up in 2011 after recent graduate Max Bramwell decided that the normal 9-5 job wasn't for him.