Nov. 9, 2012 at 10:37am
What the World Needs Now is Love
an open letter to Tacoma Screw Products, Inc.
Young people in Tacoma are always looking for positive and clever ways to show pride in the place they live. Whenever I mention "Tacoma Screw" as an example of a successful business in the City of Destiny I always get a smile and a laugh. Yes the name Tacoma Screw never fails to bring joy. I believe a Tacoma Screw t-shirt would be most popular with the blue-collar working class hipters/boosterheads. I've been drawing political cartoons in Tacoma since 2007... I can see trends in our cultural environment. In these dark, partisan times... the world is desperate for unifying positivity. The world needs a Tacoma Screw t-shirt! I like athletic blue or gray (see attached mockups above).
If Tacoma Screw is too busy to do it themselves, I was wondering if they'd license use of their logo for profit sharing, locally printed T-shirt production?
Thanks for your consideration!
comments  | posted under city of destiny, pride, t-shirts, tacoma, tacoma screw productsComments
by NineInchNachos on 11/9/2012 @ 10:45am
|let's make it happen!
by TacomaBikeRanch on 11/9/2012 @ 11:17am
|Yes! Not needing any hardware that day, this was the first item I looked for when they recently launched their e-commerce site.|
by NineInchNachos on 11/9/2012 @ 11:50am
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