Save 30% on “city pride” tees at therethere

therethere is a new tee-shirt company that specializes in hyperlocal designs. Starting in 2010 with the Oaklandish brand, (which I might add I saw a lot of in a recent visit to the East Bay) they have branched out into other locales where they partner with local artists to create screen printed tees using iconography and slogans that hip locals will appreciate. They came to the Sacramento market in April with about a dozen designs available online and at a few brick and mortar shops like the California Museum, Hot Italian, and Cuffs Boutique. Here is yours truly, sporting the “Sac Gold Nugget” tee at a recent SactoMofo food truck night in Tahoe Park:

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The unique designs for Sacto were crafted in collaboration with local artists, which is a hallmark of how therethere keeps it authentic. In addition to putting clothing on your nakedness, therethere puts good vibes back out into the community: a portion of sales supports local nonprofits in the areas they feature. In particular, they are working with Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services, who receive 10% of all online sales this month.

These are well-fitting, lightweight tees with high quality screen printing. One touch we liked was the inclusion of the whole mission statement right on the shirt, where the tags would be.

If you like what you see, here is a coupon code for 30% off: TTSR14 . Use it to make yourself look purty and show your Sacto pride.

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