HUDSON, Ohio--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Impassioned by Donald Trump’s speech? Emboldened by Hillary Clinton’s oratory? Now consumers will be able to purchase T-shirts emblazoned with quotes from their favorite candidate. From Universal Screen Arts’ What on Earth website, the exclusive new “Breaking News” line of T-shirts, will allow people to express their feelings the following day. Universal Screen Arts will place its initial emphasis on the 2016 election. The T-shirts have just become available with the Republican and Democratic conventions and will continue to be throughout the election.
“In today’s era of instant news, we decided to use our state of the art screen printing technology to produce customized T-shirts on demand,” said Ken Harris Universal Screen Arts’ CEO. “We see this as a way for people to express their feelings beyond the instant Tweet. With Clinton and Trump going at each other, we expect there will be provocative quotes daily. The debates will provide a treasure trove of catchy phrases.”
To promote and sell the “Breaking News” T-shirts, Universal Screen Arts will use social media and sponsored ads featuring the “Quote of the Day” on Google and Amazon. The T-shirts will be available along with other topical and personalized offerings at Universal’s “What on Earth” website at www.whatonearthcatalog.com and on Amazon.
“Universal Screen Arts will monitor the news for quotes and images,” added Ken Harris. “Our T-shirts production team will turn them around for shipping the follow day.”
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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 span from apparel, home decor, fine jewelry, footwear, books, 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 40 million catalogs and 300 million e mails to its 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.