Non-Shirt Items in the MGoStore?

Submitted by Corey on August 23rd, 2010 at 3:29 PM

Nowadays some of us have moved on from student status, become old people* and realized that there are far too many t-shirts in our wardrobes to justify buying even more.  Has the MGoStore considered the possibility of creating other ways to publicly display our support for M and financially support our favorite procrastination source?

Thoroughly researched example for marketing purposes only (Google Docs):

https://docs.google.com/document/edit?id=1T-2NaiC2NfGISkz2xmMyvkitfD1kfUnYZCVvplx01wU&hl=en

 Personally I could go for a little maize and blue conversation piece for the office that doesn't violate the company dress code.  Is anyone else with me on this?

 

 

*Refers to almost everyone past their 4th year of undergrad at U-M or equivalent

Comments

Corey

August 23rd, 2010 at 3:53 PM ^

I would probably put that as an addendum to a number of things office-related or otherwise...  Here at MGoBlog, we only harvest our snark from grade A made in the USA smartass material. 

GoBlueInNYC

August 23rd, 2010 at 3:56 PM ^

I almost spit my Coke Zero out all over my computer screen when I looked at the schematic.  Just awesome.

By the way, I was hanging out with some friends here in Austin and they were talking about a cool new shirt they had just seen that was orange with a white outline of the state of Oklahoma that said "Worst State Ever."  I had to school them that it was a rip off.  (Schooling was made all the better by the fact that both of these guys are big OSU fans.)

MGoBlogStore

August 23rd, 2010 at 4:06 PM ^

While its tough to stock these year round, we will be introducing a special ordering site to order some specialty MGoBlog items (we have had a lot of people request toddler and infant apparel as well). We can definitely introduce some non-shirt items as well. any other suggestions/designs you want to see?

Enjoy Life

August 23rd, 2010 at 5:00 PM ^

On those days when it is a little too cold for a T-shirt. Hats would be great. Plus, a lot of folks would wear (buy) a hat that may not want another T.