That sounds like a great idea. Working the different levels of celebrity statusDickTees.net said:You might try befriending a few of the more popular bands in your area. Guys or girls that are gigging out a lot are likely to be in front of thousands of eyes in the course of a month. The center of attention. With your shirt plastered on their torso, if it is eyecatching enough, they will likely be asked by an adoring fan where they got such a cool shirt. I am friends with two South Carolina bands that recently got major label deals. They wear my shirts and get asked all the time where their shirt came from.
There ya go! Anybody that is in a highly visible situation. Friends that work in high volume retail that are allowed to wear t-shirts. Tattoo artists, bar workers, musicians, local djs, etc. The idea is to get your gear in front of as many eyeballs as you possibly can. Preferably by influential people. You dig?DMonkey said:Yea, that's a good one with the band thing Jay. What about 'making celebrities' like a well liked coach in a local high school or something like that? He'd prolly endorce the t-shirt for free if you gave him one. Yes, I think it's all to do with someone wearing it and their peers/fans wanting to know where they can get one.