Just go to WWW.ShirtCamp.com you can really save money on this site!
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Gildan brand shirts, eh? How are they doing these days in the area of sweatshop work?
These sorts of sites typically are left over stock from bulk purchases of clothing for things like logo printing.
If you shop Walmart you have no right complaining about sweatshops.
Thanks for the heads-up, Ryan. I'll tatoo your info on my arm with American-made soy ink or something like that.
I buy my shirts at the Goodwill. Nice store down the street in the DeVeaux shopping center. $3.50 for a long-sleeve or a short-sleeve button up shirt. And I don't care where they were made when I buy them at the Goodwill.
are with the Chinese.
I got that from the Toledo Blade, don't you know. Remember their ad campaign to get Toledo to be more like China. I'm easily influenced by the Blade.
(ignores political banter)
Agreed that the Goodwill and the Salvation Army are excellent resources for keeping costs down on clothing and household items. I have been shopping there for years, long before the recession made resale shops suddenly seem chic.
Salvation Army on Stickney and Manhattan has clothing 1/2 off the ticketed price on selected items.
I like church sales. St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Maumee just had one. Church sales are usually cheaper than Goodwill or Salvation Army. Some of their "junk" is better quality than I have in my house. The next one if May 4-5, 2010. Check their website.
Shopping second-hand isn't only good for the pocketbook. It's also very GREEN.
Volunteers are needed for the annual Ottawa Hills Community Rummage Sale Nov. 7. Proceeds benefit the foreign exchange student program. Call 419-539-6946 for more info. Always has primo rummage, volunteers may get 1st and last dibs.
Second hand clothing is def a fun, and inexpensive way to update your clothing without the big price.