HUDSON, Ohio--(BUSINESS WIRE)--With the most controversial presidential election in history only 29 days away, the eclectic custom T-Shirt Catalog Company, What on Earth (WOE) reports that they created a line of Trump, Clinton and alternative T-Shirts to allow people to express their sentiments about this tendentious (and disturbing) election. After six weeks of marketing and selling the T-Shirts, the results of the T-Shirt poll are in:
Someone Else: 82%
Ken Harris, WOE CEO remarked: “These results mirror the national mood and the lack of enthusiasm for either candidate. People feel more comfortable paying $20 to purchase and wear a T-Shirt that expresses their dissatisfaction with the choices rather than strong support for either candidate. I expect the mix to shift more towards one of the candidates as we get closer to November 8th but it’s no wonder that voters are disappointed and disillusioned with their choices after one of the most contentious campaigns in history."
“We stayed away from the distastefulness exhibited by both parties, and our best-selling T-Shirts poked fun at the political process and the bilateral displeasure with the choices.”
WOE plans to create new T-Shirts daily and introduce them on-line via social media. The full collection can be found at http://www.whatonearthcatalog.com/whatonearth/T-Shirts_TS/Politics-Election_TS21.html
WOE is part of the Universal Screen Arts Group and features “A collection of really cool Tees and Stuff.”
Photos of all T-Shirts available.
About Universal Screen Arts
Universal Screen Arts (www.universalscreenarts.com) markets a wide range of exclusive and unique high quality consumer products direct to the consumer via catalogs, websites, digital marketing and internet marketplaces. Universal’s collection of products range from apparel, home decor, fine jewelry, footwear, books and accessories to health and beauty products. Universal’s portfolio of exclusive brands include Signals, What on Earth, Catalog Classics, Bas Bleu, Support Plus and Universal Direct Brands. Universal distributes over 20 million emails to 17 million customers annually. Universal was founded in 1983 by Jared Florian and is based in Hudson, Ohio. Universal Screen Arts sells millions of T–shirts per year.