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New baby T-shirt range from Ecko Unlimited
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Jun '12

The baby t-shirts collection from Ecko Unltd. is a comical series of different irreverent sayings on white shirts. The launch f this line is in tandem with an ongoing Father’s Day sale online and in retail stores.

The Baby T-shirt Collection

The collection features six different sayings that give children the irreverent Ecko attitude from the very beginning. These sayings include “Strollin’ For Shorties,” “I’m A Boss,” “Been Doing This All My Life Yo,” “Young And Stressless” and others.

Each t-shirt is bleach white and made of cotton, an ideal match with other baby clothes and Ecko apparel. This baby clothing collection comes just in time for Father’s Day, both a comical and affordable gift.

Ecko Unltd. also launched a Bad Ass Baby photo contest on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram with the prize being the winners choice of any two of the baby t-shirts from the collection. To enter on Facebook, fans simply upload their baby photos to the ECKO UNLTD. Facebook Page, the photos with the most votes win. To enter on Twitter or Instagram, upload baby photos with the #badassbaby hashtag and winners will be chosen at random.

The baby tees collection helps give every member of the family a way of expressing themselves in line with the Ecko Unltd. lifestyle. Find the design that best fit any baby's personality, view the collection here: http://unltd.is/EckoBabyTees

Ecko Unltd. continues to use the iconic rhino logo and graffiti, once a blemish on the urban landscape, as a legitimate art form. With an uninhibited pulse on emerging trends and talent, Ecko Unltd.

 

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