8 Ball Comment on the Rise of GB T Shirts

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The specialist traders at UK firm, 8 Ball, have responded to news of increased popularity for official Team GB t shirts in the wake of this year’s Olympics.

The team at 8 Ball, a company renowned for its quirky and original approach to everyday clothing received the news with interest

Following this year’s London Olympics, there appears to have been a surge in the number of people sporting official team GB t shirts. World renowned brand, Adidas, have received record amounts of publicity and have reported sales of £78million of Olympic related merchandise. This figure is three times higher than for the Beijing games, suggesting just how popular the t shirts are in the wake of this year’s event which ran from 27th July to 12th August.

The team at 8 Ball, a company renowned for its quirky and original approach to everyday clothing received the news with interest, and have reviewed just how the t shirts have become so popular. A representative of the firm shared their thoughts on the matter.

“The London Olympics really brought the country together and so it is natural that many people will want to maintain the sense of community as well as purchase lasting memories of the event.”

The organisation, which specialise in an eclectic range of t shirts and other clothing depicting popular culture images and slogans, particularly those from iconic films, have drawn similarities to their own products.

“Some of our most popular and best-loved items are those which represent famous television shows or films. That’s because people love to express their feelings towards a particular topic as well as reminisce about them in the future. The situation with the Team BG t shirts seems to be a similar one.”

8 Ball is a leading online retailer of unique t-shirts, delivering thousands of items to UK customers in a huge range of different sizes and designs. From funny slogans to classic rock logos and quirky shirts inspired by pop culture, the tees on offer from the company appeal to all generations and can be printed to order. Call 01785 330220 for more information today.

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Richard Flanagan
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