Get your ‘Mobile. Connected.’ T-Shirt! Limited Edition Run!!


Screen Shot 2014-08-13 at 10.52.05 PMTo celebrate the launch of The Mobile Internet Handbook - 2014 US RVers Edition, and the launch of this website, we've designed a T-shirt.

We didn’t want something that was promotional of the book or the new website.

We wanted something that anyone who depends on mobile internet would be proud to wear as a symbol of their awesome mobile and connected lifestyle. Our infinity road symbol was designed with this goal in mind. A simple symbol with so much meaning.

And for the next two weeks, you can order one of our limited edition T-Shirts to show the world that YOU are mobile and connected.

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The front of the shirt (women's V-neck)

We’re using to print and distribute the T-shirts – which is run campaign style. The ordering period is for only two weeks and will end on August 28th.

The shirt has a small symbol on the front with simply the words ‘Mobile. Connected’.  The back of the shirt has the symbol larger.

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There’s no promotional material on this shirt at all. It’s all about mobility and connectivity and this awesome lifestyle we love.  We’ve selected several different high quality T-shirts in different colors, and kept the prices affordable at under $20 for most options.  So you can choose what is best for you. There’s V-necks, crew necks, men’s and lady’s fits.  They’re in various shades of grey, teals, blues and even a tie die version.

If the demand is high enough, we may repeat T-shirt sales in the future. But for now, consider this a VERY limited edition run. So act within the next 2 weeks if you want a shirt.

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