Kansas City Chiefs G-III Love Graphic T-Shirt . This awesome tee celebrates the Chicago Bulls and their 1996 NBA Championship. This was the team’s fourth NBA title of the decade, and it also wouldn’t be their last. The Bulls completely dominated the NBA in the 1990s, largely thanks to their impressive roster which featured all-star players like Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen. For the 1995-1996 season, the Bulls welcomed several new players to their lineup, including James Edwards, John Salley, and Dennis Rodman, who had all played together previously on the Detroit Pistons, during the team’s “Bad Boy” era.This cool college baseball tee celebrates the sport at Penn State Beaver, a commonwealth campus of Penn State University, which can be found in Beaver County, Pennsylvania. Penn State Beaver hosts several varsity sports teams that are members of the Pennsylvania State University Athletic Conference. The teams share the same mascot as Penn State’s main campus, the Nittany Lion.
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Kansas City Chiefs G-III Love Graphic T-Shirt . This amazing ringer tee remembers a visit to the Seaville & Salvation Camp Meeting. Located in Seaville, New Jersey, this religious retreat aims to provide a place for Christians of all backgrounds to grow closer with God. The organization is rooted in Methodist teachings but they welcome people of all Christian denominations who want to progress on their journey of faith. The camp offers state-of-the-art facilities including an outdoor chapel, dining hall, sand volleyball court, a museum, and an ice cream shop.This vintage graphic tee remembers the Dover High School Tigers ands their 1982 cross country State Sectional Championship title. Dover is a small town in New Jersey less than 35 miles south of New York City. The Dover Tigers play in the Iron Hills Conference, or IHC as seen on this t-shirt, alongside 10 other area high schools.