Dallas, TX (PRWEB) February 5, 2008
Politeed, the edgy new Dallas-based apparel company, is pleased to announce its' involvement with the foremost celebrity gifting firm, Distinctive Assets, and the 50th Annual GRAMMY® Awards to be held February 10, 2008 at the STAPLES Center in Los Angeles and scheduled to be broadcast on CBS Television Network at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
Known for the controversial political questions their shirts pose, Politeed provokes discussion about current national and socially-relevant political issues.
Whether it be global warming, race, religion, abortion, Iraq, terrorism, human rights, gay rights, war or social issues--the unique concept behind Politeed is that the shirts don't tell you how to think or which side of the issue is 'right' or 'wrong'. The intriguing concept is that you don't know why a person is wearing the shirt---which side of the issue do they believe in?
Our tee's provoke people to think about where our foreign and domestic policies are taking us as a nation, such as "Do illegal immigrants contribute to the prosperity of the United States?"; "Is radical Christianity just as threatening as radical Islam?" or "Does terrorism require America to rethink free speech?"
Every passion comes with risk. So the question then becomes, "Do you really believe in what you say?" States Sherry Henry, Politeed CEO.
The Politeed shirts will be in the Gift Bags given to GRAMMY Presenters and Performers, and Ms. Henry states she is pleased to announce the premiere of 12 new additional lines of shirts, which will include "Should we use war as a way to free people?"; "Is the party more important than the issue?" or "Are we too focused on the beginning of life instead of the end of poverty?"
If you want to make a political fashion statement, our designs allow you to 'wear your mind'. Created in the USA and speaking to the World!
For questions, comments, assistance, or to place an order, we invite you to contact us at (866)490-TEED (8333) Monday - Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Central Standard Time.
You may also write to us at:
908 Audelia, Ste. 200-168
Richardson, TX 75081