Gainesville, FL (PRWEB) April 23, 2010
Gator fans everywhere have speculated for months. Will Tebow go in the first round or second…Buffalo or Jacksonville…Denver or New England? The question has finally been answered and now Gator fans have a new color, navy blue, to add to their already packed orange and blue closet.
Online t-shirt shop, Titletown T’s, has revamped their widely popular series of “T Bow Tees”© for Bronco fans to show their support. Their best selling design lets ladies tell the world, “I Heart T Bow”®, with the letter T and a picture of a bow. Another simply shows a large letter T and the clever bow figure. Definitely for ladies…definitely for ladies who love Tebow…and there seems to be no shortage of those anytime soon.
UF alum and Titletown T’s owner, Lori Evans says, “This is so exciting for Gator fans looking to follow our favorite quarterback into the pros. We just can’t get enough of him!” When their shirts and buttons quickly became best sellers last football season, Evans knew she would carry her brand into the pros, wherever that took her. “I’ve had color combinations swirling around in my head for months. Every time I hear an expert give their prediction on where he’ll go, I immediately think, Will that make a cute shirt? Will women want to wear that?” Not the typical take on the draft.
About Titletown T’s
It all started with a sign…back in January 2009 at the BCS National Championship in Miami. “We were lucky enough to have front row seats, behind the Gator bench,” said Evans. “I wanted to make a sign so our kids at home would see us on TV. My husband was embarrassed, but I did it anyway. I came up with my clever little I Heart T Bow® slogan and it was a big hit! I had people taking pictures and they even put me on the Jumbo-Tron 3 times! On our way home the next day, I decided to trademark it and form a small company.” That’s when Titletown T’s was born.
Evans, an interior designer who co-owns a home building and design firm with her husband, certainly didn’t have any experience in t-shirt design or sales. She worked over the next 8 months, with the start of the ’09 football season as her target deadline. “It’s been fun learning along the way” she says. Sales actually took her by surprise. “I put a tiny little ad on Facebook, really just to see how it worked, and I sold out of my entire inventory in 48 hours! I knew then I was on to something!”
Through local stores, her website and even out of town distributors, Lori has created a successful company in a very short period of time. She adds new items, logos and color combinations every few weeks.
Titletown T’s, Owner
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