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Ask Me About My Leprechaun – Flip T-Shirt – The Coolest St. Patrick’s Day Shirt EVER!


Ask Me About My Leprechaun Flip t-shirt

Saint Patrick Day Shirts was created in 2004 by founder Bill Kingston, in his Ithaca College dorm room, and officially incorporated in 2004.  Bill started selling 5-6 simple screen-printed designs as his final project for an e-Commerce class, and when the orders kept rolling in after graduation, Bill kept printing!  In 2006, Bill and his wife Brie moved their headquarters from their home in Rochester, NY to a small office space in the city with Bill operating himself full time and Brie Part-Time.  By 2012, NachoMamaTees.com had moved in to a 7000 square foot shipping warehouse with a full service custom screen-printing facility and currently employees 8 Full Time and 1 Part Time employees.

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SaintPatricksDayShirts.com has such a huge collection of soft, conversation starting St. Patrick’s Day shirts.  You have got to check it out.  This flip shirt is my son’s favorite.  He gets questions by everyone about his leprechaun – then he becomes a comedian and flips the shirt up over his head and voila – his leprechaun. This shirt is perfect for anyone and any age.  My son is in middle school and how can this not be cool for a middle school boy?!

 

This t-shirt sells for $18.99 and is sure to be one of the best shirts (and most comfortable) that you will ever own.

 

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