Suga Agustd Tour Vintage Shirt .This funny shirt features a pun and an adorable graphic of a family of gophers. The shirt says “I go fer braces” and was made for a practice called Smiles by Sutherland. This is the name of the business belonging to Dr. Greg Sutherland, DDS. Dr. Sutherland has been practicing orthodontics since the late 1970s. He set up a practice in Tacoma, Washington and then later moved to Puyallup. This humorous shirt was likely given to one of Dr.Sutherland’s patients as a congratulations for receiving their braces.This groovy tee is a keepsake from Parker, Arizona, a town on the border shared with California. It was made way back in the 70s and it’s in great shape. It features a colorful, classic beach-inspired graphic on the back.Parker is a small town on the banks of the Colorado River so it’s perfectly located for watersports. Locals and visitors enjoy activities like jet skiing, water skiing, and boating. Parker also boasts other attractions like a casino, museums, and the Parker Dam. The area is even home to a ghost town, Swansea, which a popular location for riding ATVs.
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Suga Agustd Tour Vintage Shirt .This rad t-shirt pays homage to the famous Jack Pine Enduro motocross event. The Enduro has been hosted annually by the Lansing Motorcycle Club in Michigan for over 100 years. The first Jack Pine Enduro was over 800 miles long and it took participants through rough, back-country terrain over the span of 3 days. These days, motocross fans from all over the country flock to Michigan every summer for the family-friendly event. AMA Motorcycle Hall of Famer Terry Cunningham won an impressive four Jack Pine Enduro Championships during the 1980s when this shirt was made.This rad t-shirt reps the classic video rental chain, West Coast Video. Ironically enough, the first West Coast Video was actually opened in Northeast Philadelphia and the company’s headquarters was based in Langhorne, PA. At one time, West Coast Video was the largest video rental chain in the country with over 600 locations. Although the company closed in 2009, many locations held out for several years as independent businesses. These small business owners came up with unique ways to keep West Coast Video alive, even going so far as to open a pizzeria inside the video rental store in one instance. These days, there are no more West Coast Video locations in North America, although the company continues to operate a DVD mail service in Peru.