I have an issue with all of the faux retro tees out there ala OldNavy/Gap/Abercrombie and all them other mall places. That is why I dig the tees and the sentiment of the folks from Vintage Roadside. They research and use designs from places that actually existed, which is so much cooler than a fakey place.
We’ve followed them for awhile now but now they’ve made the big time, being featured in the L.A. Times!
Friendly and wonderfully supportive of us, and like minded roadfolks, how could you not want to be pals who’s business plan includes the following:
They donate a part of each T-shirt sale to the National Trust for Historic Preservation for its programs focused on rescuing roadside architecture and neon signs. And Vintage Roadside customers who have not previously been members of the trust also may receive a free one-year basic membership with their order.
So what are you waiting for? Check out their website VintageRoadside.com before everything is sold out! Glad I got my Hacienda Motel tee in the mails before the article hit. Way to go you guyses!