80stees.com Announces The Top Eight "Best Global 'Fake' Brands"

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In the wake of the annual BusinessWeek Top Global Brands issue, 80stees.com Releases Results of Informal, Unscientific Fake Survey

80stees.com today announced the results of its prestigious annual rankings of the pop-culture world's top Top Eight Best Global "Fake" Brands.

Duff Beer, Dunder Mifflin, Kobra Kai Karate Dojo, Chico's Bail Bonds, The Boars Nest Good Eats, Initech, Jefferson Cleaners, and Sanford & Son Salvage are among this year¹s top gainers in 80stees.com's irregular rankings of Top Eight Best Global "Fake" Brands.

For the first consecutive year, 80stees.com has decided to rank the Top Eight Best Global "Fake" Brands based solely on the fact that consumers can display their brand loyalty to these "Fake" Brands by purchasing these unique licensed fake brand t-shirts directly from 80stees.com.

Wearing a t-shirt that displays one of these Top Eight Best Global "Fake" Brands represents a unique and special opportunity for consumers to create strong and vast communities built around these Top Eight Best Global "Fake" Brands.

Seriously. How else would die-hard fans of the classic TV series "The Jeffersons" recognize each other on the street, unless they were wearing a vivid orange t-shirt features the Jefferson Cleaners logo? *($20.00, 100% pre-shrunk cotton, available at http://www.80stees.com) The many, many admirers of the company Dunder-Mifflin Inc. (stock Symbol DMI) a mid-cap regional paper- and office-supply distributor with an emphasis on servicing small-business clients, now have an opportunity to display their love for the company from The Office TV show by wearing a royal blue t-shirt featuring a distressed print of the company logo ($20.00, 100% pre-shrunk cotton, available at http://www.80stees.com)

Although a fake brand may be obscure, that does not necessarily mean it is not meaningful. By way of example we have Chico's Bail Bonds based out of the San Fernando Valley in Southern California. When this wholly fictional company sponsored The (Bad News) Bears youth baseball team, they got their logo plastered on the t-shirts of this team of ragtag misfits; a veritable coup in the world of fake brands. Chico's Bail Bonds brand loyalists can buy a distressed silk screen t-shirt that features the logo of the Bear's team sponsor, Chico's Bail Bonds. ($20.00, 100% pre-shrunk cotton, available at http://www.80stees.com)

On the other end of the fake brand spectrum, the beloved Duff Beer perhaps has no equal in terms of both longevity and recognizability. If Homer Simpson ever wore anything besides a white shirt (and the occasional Mummu) he would wear a red t-shirt featuring a distressed logo of the Duff Beer Company. ($24.00, very soft 100% combed cotton, available at http://www.80stees.com)

In order to be included in the Top Eight Best Global "Fake" Brands list, a fake brand must have a corresponding product - typically a t-shirt - available at http://www.80stees.com. That¹s pretty much it.

Although some of its brands may be fake, 80stees.com has a very real dedication to quality, inspecting every shirt for flaws in the fabric, printing and stitching - 80sTees.com rejects a higher percentage of t-shirts for quality problems than any of its competitors, and most orders are shipped the same day they are placed. For more information visit http://www.80stees.com


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