Trot Out Personalized Tees and Totes This Turkey Day

You can say what you’re thankful for this year … or you could wear it!

Set the Thanksgiving table with a decorated chalkboard T-shirt or tote bag from Chalk of the Town, the perfect accompaniment for any special occasion. Let your imagination and creativity run wild, and show your friends and family what makes you you. The kids (and grown-ups!) will have a blast working on their designs, and taking photos for sharing on Facebook or Instagram — that’s just gravy!

Read the press release as a PDF

Here’s how it works: Use a Chalk of the Town marker to decorate the surface with words and pictures. Just wait a few minutes for the water-based marker ink to dry and — voila — you have a custom garment. When the feast is done, erase by wetting the cloth included in the T-shirt or tote kit and throw it in the washing machine. Now you can re-decorate for the next celebration, big game or special event.

Chalk of the Town is dedicated to providing customizable, personalized gifts for children and adults. The company wants to foster innovation, confidence and creativity. The unique reusable chalkboard surface allows anyone to design and style their shirt or tote bag. The possibilities and designs are endless. Visit Amazon.com or the website www.chalk-of-the-town.com to see and shop all products.

Learn more or buy at www.chalkof-the-town.com

For media samples, images or other media inquiries:
Contact Lisa Orman, KidStuff PR at Lisa@KidStuffPR.com, 608-767-1102

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Written by Matt

Dad blogger at OurFamilyReviews.com ~ communications consultant, WordPress.com collaborator and PR pro ~ recovering hop grower and contributor to numerous local guides ~ dad of 4, living in southwest Wisconsin. I love having fun with my family, writing, traveling, shopping, consulting and sharing my honest opinions. See me in action on Discover Wisconsin (at 00:04:00). I am PR friendly, contact me at matt.w.sweeny@gmail.com or our.fam.reviews@gmail.com
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