I was sent a Crazy T-Shirt to review. I love zombies and chose the Zombies Just Want a Hug T-Shirt. The shirt came in the mail fast, fit great and got some smiles from my friends. My six year old daughter is trying to steal my shirt to use it as a night shirt. It is strange living in a family that fight over zombies. I guess my daughter is giving me some zombie love.
I am a t-shirt lover. My wife always tells me I buy too many. I tell her, I buy them and I wear them, nuff said. When you get cool Crazy T-Shirts for free, how can you refuse?
Crazy Dog T-shirts was created in 2004 by founder Bill Kingston, in his Ithaca College dorm room, and officially incorporated in 2004. Bill started selling 5-6 simple screenprinted designs as his final project for an e-Commerce class, and when the orders kept rolling in after graduation, Bill kept printing! In 2006, Bill and his wife Brie moved their headquarters from their home in Rochester, NY to a small office space in the city with Bill operating himself full time and Brie Part-Time. By 2012, CrazyDogTshirts.com had moved in to a 7000 square foot shipping warehouse with a full service custom screenprinting facility and currently employees 15 Full Time and 2 Part Time employees.
We specialize in funny and vintage apparel, printed on ultra soft tshirts. Although over 80% of the designs we sell are created and printed in house, we do also offer selections from our partners such as Junk Food Clothing, Ripple Junction, David & Goliath, and Goodie Two Sleeves. These partnerships together with our exclusive designs allow us to offer our customers the best selection at the best prices...we guarantee it! Crazy Dog Tshirts also functions as a full service screenprinting shop offering low prices on custom apparel for personal and business orders
Zombies need hugs too: The Giveaway will be for one t-shirt priced at $16.99 and less.
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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.