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?You create it? Design a Neon shirt Contest from

“You create it” Design a Neon shirt Contest from

Design a neon shirt contest

Cranford, NJ (Vocus) November 2, 2009, the premiere site for graphic neon t-shirts, is hosting its first “You create it” contest. Participants can submit their original phrases or graphics for a chance to be featured online. All it takes is one creative idea and a simple submission.

“We are looking for fun and creative ideas for new graphics for these bright shirts,” Scott Marino, company president says, “It’s a chance for someone to get a free shirt and show off their creativity.”

Winning entries will be produced by and sold on the web site. Winners will receive a free shirt displaying their wining phrase or design and will also get bragging rights as their saying is paraded amongst such favorites as “Can you see me now?” and the Radioactive Sign Neon t-shirt. Now is the chance to write it loud, and wear it proud!

The 80’s neon trend has made resurgence and has emerged as the leading destination for the tees.

For more information on contest rules visit:

About Just Neon Tees

Just Neon Tees (, a division of Panda Apparel LLC, carries high quality, 100% fun cotton Neon, High-Vis, & Graphic t-shirts. Wholesale discounts are available to the public on orders of 12 or more shirts. Competitively priced custom screen printing is also available.

Panda Apparel LLC was formed in 2007 and is owned and operated by Scott and Donna Marino. The two share over 20 years experience in the apparel industry and 10 years of online specialty retailing. As an international business, Panda Apparel LLC is committed to improving the worldwide state of human rights and environmental degradation.



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