The Home T is so darn proud to be everyone’s favorite destination for state themed apparel. It’s crazy to think about the fact that The Home T was started out of a one bedroom apartment in New York City with just one shirt (the New York Home T).
Here’s a list of the most random, insane, funny and highly questionable state laws that (somehow) still exist. Find out what crazy law is enforced in your state… 1. In Mohave County, Arizona, if anyone is caught stealing soap, he must wash himself with it until the soap is gone. 2. In Arkansas, you’re not allowed to pronounce “Arkansas” incorrectly (ARE-kun-sa). 3. In the state of California, ostrich steaks are exempt from state sales tax.
“What does home mean to you?” It’s a question that came up in a recent conversation and it was great to hear what different people think of when they hear the word home. We knew what the people in the original conversation though of when they thought of “home,” but we were curious about some of our customers thoughts so we asked the same question on our Facebook page.
True story. Prior to starting The Home T I had no idea what an APO address was. In fact, it’s not something I’d ever heard. Shortly after we opened for business an email came in that said, “Do you ship APO?” That’s when I fired open Google and typed, “APO address,” and quickly realized that they represent military addresses. I promptly reopened the email from the customer and typed, “Yes, we absolutely ship to APO addresses!”
One things for sure, the bulk of the population loves t-shirts and we wear them year round. Traditionally, when layering a t-shirt during the colder months of the year, you may have found that you wear a long-sleeve t-shirt under a short-sleeve t-shirt for added warmth. That’s a pretty standard layering technique, but you can take it so much farther and create an even more stylish look. Take a look below.
The Home T is your source for state t-shirts. It’s that simple. Our most popular design to date is our “home.” t-shirt, but you might also be interested in our bags or onesies. No matter what you’re interested in, we have amazing state themed products for you. When you buy one of our products you can trust that they are 100% made in the USA, and that you are helping a great cause given that a portion of profit is donated to multiple sclerosis research.
Welcome to the original Home T! If you’ve stumbled on this blog post it means you’ve likely been searching for our shirt online, and we’re sure glad you found us! You may have heard about a shirts from a friend or family member.
Almost everyone is proud of where they are from, but people that are from Texas, they take it to a whole different level, and the pride is absolutely amazing. The list below is in no way scientific, but it’s comprised of items that most Texans, if not all, will relate too. 10 Signs You Grew Up in Texas 1. You know the sky, and everything, is bigger in Texas. 2. You’re convinced Austin is better than New York, San Francisco… or any other big city. 3. You always brag about the food, especially when it comes to BBQ and breakfast tacos. 4. You know what Whataburger can cure. 5. You know there’s nothing better than summer nights in Texas.
It’s always great to hear from our customers, and we especially love to hear from our friends in the military. Here’s a perfect example, “I am currently serving in the worlds GREATEST Airforce away from my home state. I am SOOO excited to have another way to rep my home state and also donate to […]
It’s iconic. It has 66 floors. And it’s called the Empire State Building. There’s a great charity event at the Empire State Building each year called Climb to the Top that raises money for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. And it’s epic. Why? Because you literally walk/run up all 66 floors until you reach the […]
It’s no secret that apparel can be produced at a lower cost outside of the United States. But quotes such as the one below make us even prouder to know that The Home T is 100% American made, and that our manufacturing partners provide good working conditions for their employees. “Seven garment workers died, six […]