I love public radio. I love WPSU and everything that it offers. As a person who spent 10 hours a week, for four years, commuting in my car, Craig Johnson and Mel DeYoung are more like a trusted friends than news personalities. I secretly (maybe less secretly now...) believe that Emily Reddy, Patty Satalia and I could be BFFs, never mind that I have never actually met either of them. Enough about me being a total fangirl of WPSU (does this make me a nerd?) here is what I really want to talk about...
This week is the much anticipated (dreaded?) Fall Membership Drive, which is a nice way of saying WPSU is asking for money from their listeners. To me, public radio is worth more than I could ever give, but I am thrilled and proud that I am able to give something. This year, I chose a membership gift of a lovely, full color(!) NPR/WPSU logo t-shirt.
I know what you're thinking, "...a huge boxy t-shirt, gee, I'll throw it on my pile of cool t-shirts that I would be proud to wear if I didn't look like an 8th grade boy drowning in jersey knit." or something to that effect.
Well, that is a problem, since that pile probably includes some very cool momentos, commemorating everything from a 5k (or marathon?) to a volunteer day with a civic organization, or a spontaneous road trip to a concert in (random city) with your (actual) BFF, all of which, would be nice to wear.
I am a problem solver, and here is my solution: Restyle. I have a great restyle planned for my new WPSU shirt when it arrives, but until then, I whipped this up...
So, if you have a pile of t- shirts, that are not getting worn, send me a note. I can restyle them all for you in a flattering style of your choosing (and it won't look like your kid-sister got creative with the scissors.) As an added bonus, if you bring a 2013 WPSU membership drive t-shirt, I'll do it for free with any other purchase:)
I'm Denise Meyer, apparel designer in State College, PA, saving the world one clothing problem at a time!