Entripy Unites Canadians With Free T-Shirts
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(Oakville, ON, June 8, 2016) - Entripy Custom Clothing is celebrating Canada Day early with a special Canada Day t-shirt giveaway.
The Entripy-designed Canada Day t-shirts feature a maple leaf made out of iconic Canadian symbols including the Parliament buildings, a totem pole, maple syrup, hockey skates and polar bears. The back of the shirt reads “Happy Canada D’Eh”, a fun play on the familiar Canadianism.
“We’re a proudly Canadian company,” says CEO Jas Brar. “What better way to celebrate being Canadian than putting it on a custom t-shirt?”
Entripy will be travelling around Toronto on Tuesday, June 21st, which also happens to be International Day of the T-Shirt, giving away Canada Day t-shirts to anyone who sings the country’s national anthem.
“We wanted to do something fun that celebrates the fact that we all love our country but also to show what we at Entripy know, that custom t-shirts bring people together,” says Brar. “When groups of people are wearing the same shirt, the same colours, there’s that feeling of unity, of togetherness. We all feel that on Canada Day and we feel it when we wear custom t-shirts.”
Entripy will be at the following locations encouraging Canadians to Sing O Canada for a free Canada Day T-Shirt:
11:00am – 1:30pm – Queen & Spadina
2:00pm – 4:30pm – Dundas Square
5:00pm – 7:00pm – Bloor & Yonge
For more information or to reach out to Entripy Custom Clothing with a press opportunity, please email email@example.com.
About Entripy Custom Clothing
Entripy is Canada’s leader for custom printed t-shirts and is a leading provider of custom apparel in Canada. It provides garment design, screen printing and embroidery services from its Oakville, Ontario state-of-the-art facility. Entripy aims to provide on-time innovative branding solutions and assists with marketing promotions and brand awareness. With an expansion into hard goods promotional products, Entripy is a one-stop shop for branded apparel and products. Entripy’s client base includes small businesses, corporations, academic institutions, the not-for-profit sector and more.