(PRWEB) October 1, 2004 -
Mark Gladman, founder of the new George W. Bush campaign merchandise website RealMenWantBush.com, will be donating a portion of funds from the sales proceeds of his website to a commendable charity who wishes to remain anonymous.
Gladman has always been a Republican with a humorous side. His website reflects his philosophy that being a conservative Republican doesnÂt have to carry the connotation of being boring. RealMenWantBush.com is devoted to providing miscellaneous merchandise such as t-shirts, baseball caps, bumper stickers, and coffee mugs to supporters of the George W. Bush campaign for Presidency and Republican pride in general. Each product sports the logo of the company in one of several stylish ways, including a brand new design, ÂSurfers for BushÂ. This t-shirt decal is aimed at those in the coastal areas to help support the Bush campaign. Whether itÂs on a bumper sticker or a deck of playing cards, the logo says it all: ÂReal Men Want BushÂ.
Twenty percent of the proceeds from the Bush campaign merchandise offered by RealMenWantBush.com will go toward the undisclosed charity to help the families of the heroes who were killed or wounded in Operation Iraqi Freedom. To place an online order for any of the George W. Bush campaign merchandise, visit http://www.RealMenWantBush.com.
Owner Mark Gladman has manifested his 16 year-old dream of producing George Bush campaign merchandise and other Republican merchandise for those who arenÂt afraid to show support for their party.
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This press release contains "forward-looking statements". These forward-looking statements include, without limitation, statements about market strategies and expected activities and expenditures as we pursue our business plan. Although we believe that the expectations reflected in the forward- looking statements are reasonable, we cannot guarantee future results. Actual results may differ materially due to factors over which we have little or no control.
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