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Date: 8/22/2010 4:00 PM UTC

I'll be chatting with local reporter Dirk Paxman and a few other entrepreneurs about running a small business in our city. We're going to talk about the best marketing practices, of course, but we'll focus more on the attitude and mentality that entrepreneurs need to overcome all those intimidating obstacles that arise during the first few years of business ownership. Some say that it takes a special kind of person to be an entrepreneur; if you aren't born with certain qualities, you just won't cut it. Me? I don't buy that philosophy. I think anybody can be a successful business owner, but there are a few key lessons to understand before they step into the proverbial ring. Tune in to KTEE prime time news at 6:00 on Sunday for this special piece with Dirk Paxman. It'll be a great discussion! 
[And in case you miss it, we'll be sure to post the vid on our FB page, of course.]


-Shirty himself. 

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Date: 8/9/2010 6:48 PM UTC

We've always been very conscious of the need for responsible companies out there in the marketplace. So even though we're growing fast and we've expanded to several locations, we always try to remember that there's more than one bottom line to strive for. That's why we're excited to tell you about our new line of organic cotton designs! These super-soft shirts were a little more pricey for us to buy from our supplier, but well worth it, considering we know how important eco-friendly and responsible labor practices are to ya'll. We'll send out a special preview of this upcoming line in an surprise Tweet next week, so follow us for a sneak-peak and even a special prize for our first 25 buyers!


We're working with our suppliers to secure the organic tees for all of our designs. We'll keep you posted as things develop. Stay tuned!

- Shirty and the crew

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