This is the STAY VOCAL ReUse Cereal T-Shirt featuring the artwork of Christian Bogle. The design is printed on the reverse side of brand new t-shirts that were originally set to be destroyed.
The shirt is specially packaged in a used cereal box with a cereal themed mailing label, designed by Emile Goss. And there will even be a reused plastic bag to seal in the freshness of the shirt.
And ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh yes, there will be a prize inside! And let us just say that the prizes are AMAZING! Prizes include cds, dvds, plush toys, band merchandise, homemade handkerchiefs, jewelry, and even dog collars.
CONFIRMED PRIZE CONTRIBUTORS
Where would prizes be without a grand prize? Inside one of the boxes of cereal will be an ALF trading card autographed by Alex Eaves. If you find this ALF trading card, you have won the Grand Prize, which includes 1 item from every contributor including:
- $100 gift certificate for the STAY VOCAL online store
- Autographed Anti-Flag Terror State CD
- Autographed copy of AMP magazine (article by Alex Eaves)
- Free Graphic Design Gift Certifcate from Emile Goss
- GC Records’ 90 Page Art Book
- Autographed Yo Yo From Jeff Coons
- Colonel Sanders PETA Bobblehead
- $30 ReRip.Com Gift Certificate
- Autographed Rise Against Color Photo
- Set of 8 Original Darkest Hour Backstage Passes
- Rare Alt Press Mini Magazine autographed by the band, A Day To Remember
- Autographed 2 Skinnee J's CD
- Original Missouri License Plate from Bent Left's veggie-fuel tour van
- Sum 41 Drumstick
HOW THIS STAY VOCAL REUSE SHIRT CAME TO BE
Did you ever wonder what happens to all of the leftover merchandise when a company goes out of business or a band breaks up? Or what about the t-shirts of the team that doesn’t win the big game?
In a lot of cases, all of those shirts are unfortunately shredded into rags. Sometimes they are even burned.
To further our commitment to the ReUse movement, we have been working with companies to acquire as many of these garments as we can before they are destroyed.
By wearing this shirt, you are reducing the millions of pounds of discarded textiles that end up in landfills each year, saving energy, materials, and inspiring new ideas for change.