Texas Rangers 2023 Take October Postseason Locker Room T-Shirt . This awesome graphic tee commemorates one of the winners of the 1989 All-America City awards, New Bern, North Carolina. The All-America City award is given to 10 cities annually and some of New Bern’s fellow awardees in ’89 included Phoenix, AZ, Peoria, IL, and fellow NC city, Dunn. Winners are selected by the National Civic League for partaking in inclusive civic engagement to address critical issues within communities. Any city, county, town, or tribe can apply to be considered for the award.This sweet graphic tee is for something called “University Camps.” It features a graphic of a soccer ball on the front and the logo for Puma brand sneakers on the back. This tee was most likely made for a university’s summer soccer program that was sponsored in part by Puma. Many colleges and university’s host summer sports programs for local youth as a way to give back to the community.
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Texas Rangers 2023 Take October Postseason Locker Room T-Shirt . This cool all over print t-shirt was made by Jostens in the 90s, and the company actually used to make a wide variety of tees like this, that featured halftone graphics that covered the entire shirt. Jostens creates memorabilia for high schools, colleges, and even professional sports. One of the company’s biggest claims to fame has been their work as the primary supplier of Super Bowl rings for the NFL. This shirt includes graphics of football players, although the shirt isn’t dedicated to any specific professional or amateur team.This rad graphic tee reps CSK Martial Arts Academy in Secaucus, New Jersey. According to the graphic, students at CSK learn Goju, a form of karate. The word Goju is Japanese for “hard-soft style” and it’s named for its combination of hard strikes and softer, open palm techniques. Like all karate, Goju was developed in the Ryuku Islands of southern Japan.