Montreal, Quebec (PRWEB) December 31, 2005
Who said election campaigns were boring? Spreadshirt (Spreadshirt.ca for Canada), European leader in online customized apparel is proud to team up with Canadian cartoonists Andy Donato (Toronto Sun), Michael Zaharuk, Jim Bradford, Monaerik and YGRECK, to present Politishirt.com ( http://www.politishirt.com ), a politically incorrect website… with style.
Politishirt.com allows electors to show their political support (or disgust) to a party through fashion and humor.
More than just a simple online shop, Politishirt.com offers Canadians an interactive and political experience by giving them the opportunity to take position and to expose their views on a shirt -by designing their own political shirt with the Spreadshirt.ca Shirt Designer- or by writing what they have on their mind on the http://www.politishirt.com forum.
The forum also allows the users to promote their own Spreadshirt online shop. Opening a shop is absolutely free and can be done in 5 minutes on http://www.spreadshirt.ca . Everyone can become a great designer thanks to Spreadshirt and start selling merchandise online while earning commissions. Spreadshirt.ca invites all Canadians to join our 135,000 partners worldwide who chose Spreadshirt to handle their online merchandising for their music band, their blog, their website, their enterprise, their art, etc.
For the Politishirt.com project in particular, Spreadshirt invites cartoonists, political parties, candidates, political website owners, blog owners, etc. to join the movement. If you have a shop that would be interesting for http://www.politishirt.com , please send your contact details and online shop address to lm @ spreadshirt.com .
Directeur Marketing – Canada
911 South Main Street
Greensburg, PA 15601-4140
(877) 202-0251 Fax
About Spreadshirt :
Launched in 2002 by Lukasz Gadowski in Leipzig, Germany, Spreadshirt quickly became Europe’s leader in the field of online customized merchandise winning many prestigious international prizes such as the Hewlett Packard Business Vision Award.
In April 2005, Mark E. Seremet joined Spreadshirt to become the North American CEO. Mark is the co-founder of Take-Two Entertainment, company, famous for its Marvel Comics video game adaptations and for publishing Grand Theft Auto. After Europe and North America, Spreadshirt is now entering the Asian and Latino markets.
Over 135,000 people worldwide have opened a free Spreadshop and are trusting Spreadshirt to handle their online merchandising. Spreadshirt is a real merchandising department in a box handling everything: production, delivery, customer service, handling the payments, etc. Many prestigious names such as Warner Brothers (for Harry Potter and Goal!), MSN, Napster, Hello!, The Guardian, M6, Ciao.com, professional football club Borussia Dortmund, etc. trust Spreadshirt with their merchandising. Since everything is produced on demand, the partners never have to worry about unwanted stocks! There are no risks or costs attached!
People not interested in opening their own store can still get a customized shirt through the Designer Shop available on http://www.spreadshirt.ca . Internet users can customize over 40 fashionable products available in a wide range of colors by adding their own text and logo. The products are made on demand for as little as one unit and for a very decent price.
Spreadshirt owes its success to a very innovative business model, high quality products, combined to an exceptional customer service and to its good understanding of cultural diversity. Yes indeed, like most competitors, Spreadshirt thinks global, but unlike them, Spreadshirt acts local. While other companies only offer services in English and prices in American $, Spreadshirt offers its services in over 10 languages and offers prices in Euro, USD, Canadian $ (on http://www.spreadshirt.ca ), GBP, etc. While competition won’t enter small markets such as French Canada because of the language issue and just won’t adapt their products and services to English Canadians, treating them just like another American State, Spreadshirt adapts to local markets and comes up with new innovative initiatives such as Politishirt.com made just for them! Spreadshirt understands that it’s not enough to offer customized products, they have to offer customized services.
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