For its third holiday season, the worldwide phenomenon known as Ugly Holiday Sweater Tees returns, but this year with a spicy twist. Introducing Ugly Holiday Sweater TEASE - a new line of ugly holiday sweater tee designs paired with a matching men's boxer short and women's brief- all designed by Switch: Liberate Your Brand. But hurry, these items are only available for order online through Dec. 17.
Three t-shirt designs priced at $21.99 each in unisex sizes S-XXL and underwear priced at $13.99 for boxers and $14.99 for briefs in sizes S-XL are available for order at sweatertease.com. This year's designs include "Holiday Blues," an ode to St. Louis Blues Hockey; "Santa Surveillance," watch out, he sees you when you're sleeping; and "Carol of the Fox," a tongue and cheek reference to Ylvis' Internet video sensation "What Does the Fox Say?"
All profits from the sale of these items will be donated to the Animal Protective Association of Missouri (APA). The APA (apamo.org) is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing people and pets together, advancing humane education and creating programs beneficial to the human/animal bond. Through the support of the community, the APA is able to provide the following services: shelter and care for homeless dogs and cats; adoption services; veterinary clinic; lost and found assistance and education and outreach. Through its previous Ugly Holiday Sweater Tees efforts, Switch has raised $22,000+ for the APA.
Another 2013 exclusive, Switch has teamed up with St. Louis-based greetabl™ (greetabl.com), the biggest thing in gift giving since wrapping paper! It looks like a standard greeting card, but then folds up to become a nifty gift box. One free greetabl™ is included with each order.
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Switch is an independently-held, experiential marketing agency working with companies and brands who share the belief in the power of engagement to drive behavior-changing results. Switch specializes in brand and sponsorship activation programs, field marketing, digital media, consumer and corporate events. For more information, visit www.liberateyourbrand.com or @liberate.