What You'll Get
Before social media let groups of friends continually broadcast their whereabouts, custom T-shirts were the only way to let everyone know you successfully ate an entire 5-pound steak. Make a friendly statement with today’s Groupon: for $12, you get a custom T-shirt with design assistance at Mother Falcon (up to a $44.99 value). Today's deal is only valid with Tultex & Anvil tees.
Mother Falcon's designers dress cotton canvases with customers' own digital design or artwork from the shop's expansive, hip catalog. Throughout the digital-printing process, skilled shirtsmiths work with patrons to create a fully customized article of clothing, digitally printing up to 12"x15" of customers' own text, artwork, photos of favorite Supreme Court justices, or images and text from the shop's hundreds of in-house designs. Shoppers select a Tultex & Anvil fashion fit tee ($24.99) and, in as little as 20 minutes, walk out with their newly printed shirt—a much speedier form of self-expression than distributing autobiographies.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 4, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. In-store only. Valid only with Tultex & Anvil shirts. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Mother Falcon
A self-proclaimed “T-shirt democracy,” Mother Falcon opens up the floodgates of t-shirt design, screen printing t-shirts with art, business logos, and text. The staffers invite clients to create their own statements with a process that begins with a blank canvas. Customers can choose from a selection of a minimum of twelve blank T-shirts, many of which hail from brands such as Gildan and Next Level. Customers then bring in digital files of their own artwork, photos, haiku, or official SAT score reports. Finished pieces emerge hot from the printer in as little as five business days. Mother Falcon offers the experience to design, create and produce a personalized message which helps reinforce their mission to "Democratize T-Shirts."