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CAMO -- Greek T-Shirt with Stitched Double Fabric Letters

Your Price: $21.45
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Part Number:MILITARY-CAMO-15-T
  • Quick Info:Gildan DryBlend T-Shirt. The foreground is CAMO and the background is (YOUR CHOICE). Pick a color other than your shirt color (i.e. DO NOT pick White if you are going to use a White shirt)... MORE DETAILS BELOW

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Greek Letter #1
Greek Letter #2
Greek Letter #3
BACKGROUND COLOR (Twill, Metallic, or Glitter) help
This is not a licensed JoAnn Fabrics product. It is however, hand-crafted from licensed JoAnn Fabric's fabric.  I am not affiliated with or sponsored by JoAnn Fabrics.

These shirts are SPECIAL ORDER and ready to ship in 2-3 weeks. Orders will ship when shirt is ready.

This is a Licensed Greek T-Shirt with Double Fabric Letters.  The letter background is (YOUR CHOICE) and the foreground is CAMO.

Shirt Sizes available:  S, M, L, XL, 2X (+$3), 3X (+$4), 4X - Black Only (+$5), 5X - Black Only (+$6)

Sizing Chart (Size | Width x Length)
S     18 x 28
M    20 x 29
L     22 x 30
XL   24 x 31
2X   26 x 32 (+$3)
3X   28 x 33 (+$4)
4X   30 x 34  (BLACK ONLY) (+$5)
5X   32 x 35  (BLACK ONLY) (+$6)


No matter what Organizations you are in...  
** If we do not have your license - we will get it !!!

Logo Location:  Centered on Chest

Our T-Shirts are made by Gildan, and are the Dry-Blend style (Unisex Adult Sizes)  

We ship all T-Shirts via USPS Mail.

Washing Instructions:  Ensure that when you do laundry, that you turn the shirt inside-out.  Wash it in Cold water, and dry it on a hanger.

We are committed to 100% satisfaction.  If you have any problems or questions, please let us know.

This is a Greek Licensed Product, which means a percentage of the sale goes back to your national organization.  Remember if you don't see the seal, no deal.  Buy only from Greek Licensed Vendors.

A little about me...
While in college I was a member of the Sigma Tau Gamma Fraternity at California University of Pennsylvania.  I went on to get my BS in Education, and my Masters in Math / Computer Science.

Your purchase of this item helps support a Wounded Warrior - I was injured in the Army while mobilized and went thru the Warrior Transition Program at Ft Belvoir, VA and Walter Reed Hospital, Washington, DC.

First Sale Doctrine
The first-sale doctrine is a limitation upon copyright that was recognized by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1908 and subsequently codified in the Copyright Act of 1976, 17 U.S.C. § 109. The doctrine of first sale allows the purchaser to transfer (i.e. sell or give away) a particular, lawfully made copy of the protected work without permission once it has been obtained. That means the distribution rights of a copyright holder end on that particular copy once the copy is lawfully transferred.

When someone releases fabric into the stream of commerce they effectively have relinquished control over the uses of that fabric.  While the pattern on the fabric may be copyrighted, the actual fabric itself is not. The pattern may include images of registered trademarks, such as the logo of the New York Yankees or a John Deere logo, etc. Licensed fabric means fabric that has been licensed by the rights owner to be manufactured and sold. It does not mean the fabric is being sold with a license. Disney licenses Springs Industries to manufacture, distribute and sell fabric that contain images of the Disney characters. That is where the term "licensed fabric" originates. For something to be sold with a license there has to be agreement between the seller and the buyer concerning the terms of the sale. Even though the selvage may make a statement that the fabric is for "non-commercial home use only", that "restriction" is not enforceable primarily because the purchaser does not have agree to the terms before purchase.
Copyright law applies to the use of licensed fabric in the application of the first sale doctrine. Bear in mind, the term "licensed fabric" legally only refers to the fact the manufacturer of the fabric has a license to use the images on the fabric. It does not mean the fabric is "licensed" to the purchaser. "Licensed" products require an agreement between the owner of the product and the potential purchaser. Fabric is not "licensed"; fabric is sold.

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