November 16, 2017, 10:05 am
Posted by: Ash

Desert Bus 2017 shirts are on sale!

The bussing may start tomorrow, but you can get a head start on your Desert Bus wardrobe today with the all new 2017 edition of the classic Fangamer Desert Bus shirt!
Designed by the incredible John Kay and printed on the softest t-shirts mankind has to offer, the official Desert Bus 2017 shirt is sure to look great, feel terrific, and advertise that you enjoy watching our suffering. As always, 100% of all the profits from each sale will go to Child’s Play via Desert Bus, guaranteeing an even longer and more excruciating event for us.
Please be aware that this shirt will only be available during Desert Bus 2017, so order quickly to avoid disappointment.
We wish to thank Fangamer for their incredible generosity and their ongoing support of Desert Bus for Hope.

7 Comments on “Desert Bus 2017 T shirts!”

  1. If you are like me, order two! It’s the only way to make a t-shirt last.

    By Athelstan - November 16th, 2017 10:27 am
  2. What brand of t-shirt is it printed on?

    By ZealousCrow - November 16th, 2017 3:37 pm
  3. Order now and there’s a chance you’ll receive yours during the run! (if Fangamer shipping is as awesome this year as it has been in the past!)

    By FinAzvandi - November 16th, 2017 5:35 pm
  4. Got mine! So excited 😀

    By Adele Dawn - November 16th, 2017 7:43 pm
  5. Hype! Hype! Hype! I’ve ordered my shirt & one for the hubby… so it’s like I have two! Hype! Hype! Hype!

    By krizzasaurusrex - November 16th, 2017 10:07 pm
  6. Seriously! ORDER NOW (as Fangamer is firing off the e-mails) to ensure you get in on the first run of them & potentially get them by the end of Desert Bus (as with previous years).

    Delay & you may have to wait until January for the second run (or get lucky with a T-Shirt giveaway).

    By TStodden - November 16th, 2017 10:20 pm
  7. […] And of course, as always, we have our new Desert Bus 2017 shirt by Fangamer. Check out more details on our longer post about that here. […]

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