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Post by Lauren and Kari
Wearcast is a Cincinnati company who offered personalized Bunbury shirts for all concert-goers. These shirts allowed you to pick the design you wanted, the band's you most wanted featured on your shirt, and more.
My favorite design on the site is the Mixtape and I went through the process just to let you know how easy it was to do:
I picked the design, I added three bands (Weezer, The Airborne Toxic Event, and Death Cab for Cutie), and then updated my shirt so the band names appeared on the mixtape. Above the tape reads Bunbury 2012. I left the size at a large and continued and this is what I would have gotten-
Men's crew shirt, the color of this shirt is blue, it's a large, and it's $20, shipping is $5, and in the end, you would get a personalized Bunbury shirt for only $25!
Bunbury will donate $1 to the Save the Bees Foundation for every shirt sold. Because sometimes it’s nice to bee generous.
You can use Wearcast for your own personalized shirts as well, which includes group orders (perfect for teams, wedding parties, birthdays, etc.) Their website states-
Wearcast gives people more control over what they wear, with the added finesse of individual personalization. So go ahead, be part of something bigger. Let Wearcast help you shine in it.
On Sunday at the Bunbury Music Festival, Kari talked to a member of the Wearcast team in the Techbury tent and asked them some questions. The following is the information she learned about this up-and-coming company!
*Wearcast is a new company, having just become official in the beginning of July. Bunbury was their first chance to show off their creative shirts!
*Before the festival started, the company opened up the personalized Bunbury shirts for pre-order, allowing those that bought the shirts to pick them up at the festival. They only had this open for four days, however, but the total order was about thirty shirts! Obviously, you can still order shirts today on the website and have the shirts mailed directly to you!
*As mentioned earlier, they are a local company (Cincinnati, Ohio) and they came up with a creative means of allowing people to get the shirts they want, especially for a festival setting. There is even a couple Friday the 13th designs (Sliced n' Diced and Killin' It Friday) since the festival started on that day.
This a great company just starting out and I definitely recommend supporting them if you need personalized shirts! I think the pre-order idea for Bunbury was great and I hope they get to work with the festival again next year so more people are aware of the option. It would have been fun to pick up the shirt on site and wear it during the day!