Fans of cool, funny and socially relevant tees have a good reason to be happy. Two Below Tees recently announced the launch of their new online store stacked with premium quality printed t-shirts at very attractive price points and backed by a passionate and skilled team. Shoppers couldn't be happier with the news.
November 7, 2016 - There's no doubt a person's choice in printed t-shirts says a lot about their personality, who they are as a person — and even in a very highly charged political environment, where they stand on the day's important issues. <a href="https://www.twobelowtees.com/">Two Below Tees</a> is a new Alaska-based t-shirt company answering the call for cool, quality shirts in a fun and functional way. Customers have embraced them with open arms.
“We couldn't be happier about our launch and the reception we've received,” commented a spokesperson from the company. “Here at Two Below Tees we believe that, if you have to wear clothes, they may as well be awesome. And our clothes are absolutely awesome, if we do say so ourselves.”
According to Two Below Tees, some of their best-selling choices include: amazing tees, with humorous political themes; baby and kids’ apparel; a selection of cute and funny mugs; tote bags with print designs; and an especially popular holiday category that features the store's mascot, Snowballs the Moose, on all kinds of fun products. New products and special sales are added and run quite frequently, making the store a popular stop for online shopping enthusiasts who appreciate the store's themes and designs.
Early feedback from customers has been very positive across the board.
Michelle S., from Boston, recently said in a five star review, “A friend who knows my sense of humor and political leanings told me about Two Below Tees online store and I'm so glad he did. I picked up a shirt and a mug for my boyfriend and a second shirt and tote for my mom. Both loved the gifts and really dug their all around quality. I'll be doing serious shopping here for the holidays. Fully recommended.”