As some of you may know, Erik left hearth and home in Reno, NV to come out to the big city and join the Zirtual team. Unfortunately when he headed west, he didn’t know how long he was going to stay for and only brought one, tiny backpack. As you can imagine by now his clean t-shirt supply is reaching frightening lows.
On top of that, some of his precious stash of Staffords have been disappearing, sucked into the abyss of a micro-closet that is our mini-studio in the TL (by far the best neighborhood in this delightful little city).
Which leads me to writing this post. It has come to my attention that startups, and businesses of all sizes, seem to love slapping their logo on an American Apparel shirt and giving them away to the masses — this is quite fortunate for both of us, since you need someone to wear your clean shirts, and Erik simply needs clean shirts.
I benefit from this on a purely altruistic level.
So send us your t-shirts – or heck, I’ll come to you (if you’re in the city) and pick them up personally. You’ll be clothing a hard working startup-er, he’ll be repping your brand, and I’ll link to all of you who donate your startup shirt in an upcoming post.
Erik Jensen. Designer, Developer, Friend. Shirt size: M-L. Send or stop by:
425 Bush Street
San Francisco, CA 94108
Ping me to arrange a t-shirt-napping via twitter @marenkate or by emailing me maren(at)zirtual.com.
If you’re feeling really generous (and need some gosh darn assistance!) you can help put food into our mouths and clothes on our back by joining Zirtual’s limited beta (spots are filling up fast though, I warn you).