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Starting a new section in the newsletter called "We know a guy" Section

Posted by Rod Truitt on

We Thought You Might Like This Book On WWII Vets We wanted to create a section in our monthly newsletter that shows what others are doing that might be of interest to our customers.   WE KNOW THIS GUY:  Charley Valera, the author of My Father's War, spent countless hours listening to veterans tell their unique, dramatic stories. Some of these first-hand testimonies were never even told to their families.

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New Partner at HatnPatch!

Posted by Rod Truitt on

New announcement: Chad has decided to move on to other things, and Bonnie and I bought out his portion.  We also created this half-page insert for our customer orders, and wanted to share. Excited to be a Partner in HatnPatch, a veteran family owned and operated small business! We hope you'll consider us for your wearables (e.g., hats, patches, pins, T-shirts, decals, license plates, belt buckles, and more). #wearables #selfexpression #military #bikers #spirituality #smallbusiness #smallbusinessowners #veterans #veteranfamily #moods #expressyourself #humor #nostalgia #supportsmallbusinesses #supporteachother

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T-Shirt Therapy: A New Reality?

Posted by Rod Truitt on

© Bonnie M.Truitt–Custom Quirks, 2021 More and more, people are feeling compelled to express themselves and bond with others through words and graphics on T-shirts.DRESSING FOR PANDEMIC AND POLITICSSince the Covid-19 pandemic entered our world, Americans have had a collective, unprecedented reason to dress down — or more casually. The impact of self-quarantines, lockdowns and isolation has made some of us feel akin to caged animals. We want to get out. We want to be seen. We desire the quasi-intangible luxuries of people-watching, shopping freely, and giving an unspoken greeting. We miss that iconic, upward head nod — to convey...

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Here we are, 2020.

Posted by Rod Truitt on

we are another year in and always trying to improve our site and find new items for our brothers and sisters to wear or display.

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New pin storage!

Posted by Rod Truitt on

Well, we finally got our pins out of the display trays and made them a more organized and easier to manage storage.  Over 1500 different pins available, and some other loose 'cats and dogs' we need to get in the system and available.  Chad (pictured) and I looked long and hard for the best solution and this is what won and feel will serve both us and YOU best.  Just wanted to drop you a quick update as part of our family. You business, as always, is appreciated here. Rod TruittMSgt USMC Retired

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