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Peyton Manning's Retirement Spurs Merchandise Sales
March 7, 2016 at 4:15 pm

After 18 seasons in the NFL, Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning said that he will retire from the game. It's not a bad time for Manning to hang up his helmet. After all, his last game was a Super Bowl 50 victory, and he…

Promoting Higher Education
March 1, 2016 at 4:21 pm

College was an exciting time in my life. For me, a kid from suburban Central Pennsylvania, it was a time when I moved to an exciting city, made new friends from all over the country (and the world)…

University of Utah Ditches Merchandiser After Questionable T-shirt Post
February 29, 2016 at 6:35 pm

The University of Utah Trademarks and Licensing Program said it will no longer do business with a Salt Lake City-based merchandise company following a post on social media of an inappropriate T-shirt. According to KSL.com, Offside Apparel, an independent business that sells Utah Utes memorabilia, posted a photo of another company's design poking fun at…

Malaysian High Court Calls T-shirt a Security Threat
February 26, 2016 at 6:37 pm

A Malaysian High Court upheld a government order claiming a certain T-shirt is a national security threat. The shirts say "Bersih 4," which is the name of an anti-government demonstration that took place in the Malaysian capital city Kuala Lampur last August.…

H&M Gives 1M Euros in Prizes for Eco-friendly Ideas
February 25, 2016 at 4:52 pm

H&M is making an effort to create a more environmentally conscious apparel industry by rewarding startups with 1 million euros (approximately $1,102,695) in prize money for technological innovations that benefit the sustainable-apparel landscape. According to Fashion Times, the H&M Conscious Foundation—an independent organization to create positive change—hosted…

Designers Aid Presidential Candidates, Cruz Drops Street Art Merch
February 24, 2016 at 6:51 pm

As the 2016 presidential election continues to rage on, more and more merchandise has been popping up. We've seen merchandise aimed at millennials, we've seen guys earning hundreds of thousands of dollars by selling campaign buttons, and we've seen a fair share of unlicensed…

The University of North Dakota Has to Sell Controversial Merchandise
February 22, 2016 at 4:42 pm

Four years ago, the University of North Dakota retired its mascot—Fighting Sioux—and now, after a few years as simply "UND," the school is adopting the Fighting Hawks nickname. However, the university is selling Fighting Sioux merchandise again. Why? Because the NCAA, the same organization that…

Video: Promo Marketing's T-shirt Show and Tell
February 18, 2016 at 3:53 pm

T-shirts are tried-and-true methods of promotion. End-users become walking advertisements for your clients, and they get a free shirt out of the deal! We at Promo Marketing have a few favorite promotional T-shirts that we've accumulated over the years, and we wanted to show them off to the world. Check out the video below, showcasing…

Queensland Police Call T-shirt Gun Category B Weapon
February 11, 2016 at 6:00 pm

Some might say that the most exciting part of a sporting event is when the T-shirt cannon rolls out onto the court/field. However, the Queensland, Australia, police doesn't share our love for promotional items being launched via ballistic devices. According…

ASOS Under Fire for Black Model Wearing 'Slave' T-shirt
February 10, 2016 at 7:10 pm

Popular fashion retailer ASOS is in hot water after customers called out a controversial image on its website: a photo of a black model wearing a T-shirt that says, "slave." The shirt was quickly removed, and the company pointed out that it was not an ASOS-branded product, but…