Santa Cruz, California (PRWEB) November 30, 2012
Gift season is here, and time is short. The perfect gift for that tech employee, where the dress code simply requires that clothing be worn, is a Tees For Your Head tee shirt that expresses the interests of the geek wearing it.
Inhabiting the offices of Silicon Valley are many lovers of science fiction, and what better t-shirt than one featuring first names of science fiction writers. Why first names? To start the conversation about which Robert that might be.
Techies also tend to dream of space, both for the magnitude and mystery of it, and for the technology required for humans to explore it. Why not give a geek a visual reminder of the scientists who've made the cosmos their field of study with an astronomers t-shirt?
The goal of these specialized tee shirts isn’t just to clothe the bare-chested, it’s also to spark a connection. If someone wears a tee shirt celebrating famed mathematician Mandelbrot, fellow geeks will recognize the name and find a point of connection with the shirt wearer. It’s a tribal flag.
Some gift buyers consider their geeky loved ones to be a separate, unknowable species, impossible to buy for. The easy choice is a gift certificate, available in set or custom amounts, good for a year from purchase.
Find unique geeky tees at http://www.teesforyourhead.com now. Join the conversation on Facebook, on the Tees For Your Head page, on LinkedIn, and on Twitter. By the way, Tees For Your Head t-shirts are worn on the body. Just a helpful hint in case the company name obfuscated purport.
About Tees For Your Head: the online home of geeky t-shirts for lovers of the arts and sciences was launched in 2012. Husband and wife team Tom Bates and Karin Carter have an arts and science background and create their own designs to appeal to the geeks of the world. Shirts are offered on organic or conventional cotton, in fitted or classic styles, in kids’ sizes, and in men’s and women’s styles. Santa Cruz tee shirt designs are in the works for this Santa Cruz based business.