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"Major Recognition" plans to unite college students throughout the country
Jul '09
How many times have you walked through your college campus, met somebody new, and asked what their major was? Now you don't have to wonder…. “Major Recognition” , formed in April of 2009, is a t-shirt company geared towards uniting college students throughout the nation in their specific college majors. With multiple designs for most popular majors, and more being added each month, every college student can find a shirt with a slogan that suits them. The t-shirts do two things: identify the college major under the “Major Recognition” brand, and shine a humorous light on the college major with a funny and catchy slogan.

“Major Recognition” currently has t-shirts for Math, Education, History, Science, Nursing, Art, Photography, Film Scoring, Music, Agriculture, and Journalism… and soon will have tees available for Anthropology, Fashion Merchandising, Engineering, Business, and Graphic Design. The shirts are available in many different styles of tees from plain white cotton tee, to a 100% organic shirt. There are women's and men's shirts and sizes. They are available by visiting www.major-tees.com and clicking on “Our Store”. “Major Recognition” is proud to be environmentally friendly and aware. For every organic shirt sold, a portion of the profits will be donated to Reverb Rock, an amazing non-profit dedicated to making the best musical artists eco-friendly. Visit www.major-tees.com for more details.

“Major Recognition” wants to get college students not only excited about this new wave of graphic tees, but also wants them to participate with the company. Each month, a contest will be held to see who can come up with the best slogan for their major. Students can visit www.major-tees.com to enter the contest. Prizes will be awarded monthly to the winners, and winners could see their slogan put on a Major Recognition tee.

“Major Recognition” can be found on Facebook, MySpace, and Twitter making it easy for you to keep track of new tees and exciting Major Rec. news. There is also a blog available through the homepage with up-to-date news from the company, and also stories that would be interesting to college students.

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