The Spirit of ’76 Limited Edition Tee

All of us here at Fuji and Friends Apparel Co. have a deep-seated love and respect for all those who serve and protect our nation, especially the most loyal of patriots, the military working dog. Many have asked us for a tee to help celebrate the Fourth of July. To that end we wanted to create a t-shirt that pays respect to both them and our nation’s flag, so we created this vintage-inspired limited edition iconic t-shirt – the Spirit of ’76 Unisex Tee, perfect for any patriotic man or woman! Show your patriotism with this “stars and stripes” salute...

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Add Fuji and Friends Apparel to Your Retail Line-Up

Retail buyers are always looking for the product that will give them an edge over their competition. Apparel buyers need look no further than Fuji and Friends Apparel Company’s Retail Program. You can select from a wide array of vintage-style nostalgic themed t-shirts, hoodies, jackets, bags and hats, including: motorcycle, surf, tiki, travel, adventure and vintage advertising, or have Fuji and Friends create a custom piece exclusive to your store. We offer a complete range of styles and sizes, including: men’s, women’s and unisex cut garments in sizes range from infant to adult. Fuji and Friends offers low minimums, wide margins, P.O.P./marketing...

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Fuji and Friends Launches Feb. 22, 2014!

Media Contact: Amanda Leesburg, Leesburg PR  |  404-218-6578  |  amanda@leesburgpr.com Fuji and Friends Vintage T-Shirt Collection Launches Nationwide New Vintage Inspired, Hipster-Approved Apparel Line Features a Canine Twist Miami, FL – February 22, 2014 – Today, Fuji and Friends, an innovative, vintage inspired t-shirt line with a canine twist is proud to announce the launch of their collection nationwide. Designed by leading art director, graphic designer and animal advocate, Jason M. Grossman, the line includes vintage tees with period-correct design, images and fonts that play upon common Americana nostalgia concepts. All of the designs portray a family-friendly “pawsitive” message. The collection was...

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