Posts Tagged ‘T-shirts’

10.04

Global #gtchat T-shirts Are Here!

At long last, our Global #gtchat T-shirts are here! I’m thrilled to announce the “Shop” portion of the Ingeniosus site is now open: http://ingeniosus.net/shop. Two different T-shirt designs are available. The front of the shirts are both the same (featuring our #gtchat logo and tagline); the backs differ.

I will be shipping both domestically and internationally.

Please note that the shirts run extremely small, so when in doubt, order a size or two larger than normal. For instance, the Women’s-Small will easily fit a 9-year-old or 10-year-old. ┬áSo, consider ordering one (or several) for your student/s. They, too, can help spread the word about #gtchat!

I’ve ordered 50 shirts to begin with and will be adding new sizes to my next batch. If you don’t see a size you want or need, let me know via email. I’ll be sure to include it in the next batch. This particular brand – American Apparel – offers Women’s sizing (Small, Medium, Large, Extra Large and Extra/Extra Large) and Men’s (Small, Medium, Large, Extra Large and Extra/Extra Large).

If you have any questions prior to placing an order, feel free to shoot me an email at deborah (at) ingeniosus (dot) net. I will do my best to answer your questions promptly. I know some of you are looking to get your shirts by mid-October for conferences across the world. The earlier you order, the better your chances will be for having them in hand.

You’ll notice that I’m utilizing PayPal. For those of you who are unfamiliar with PayPal, it’s a secure, third-party shopping cart system that allows users to order without the shipper (me in this instance) seeing any of your credit card or banking information.

I’m new to the merchandising business, so I hope you’ll be patient with me as we launch this Shop. I’m currently using flat shipping fees based on average USPS shipping costs in the United States and Internationally (and a bit extra to cover insurance/tracking fees/labels/post office runs & actual tracking). Hopefully, there won’t be any glitches. Outside of the “P” in the tagline being capitalized inadvertently, I’m truly pleased with how the shirts turned out!

Please feel free to leave any comments in the reply section below (especially if you like the shirts!). I want to thank everyone who has exhibited such enthusiasm about this project. Corey Alderdice of The Gatton Academy gets extra kudos for coming up with our winning tagline: “140 characters. Unlimited potential.” Here’s to spreading the word about #gtchat! After all…

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