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on Jan 18, 2013
Nice! I live nearby and plan to check it out ... hope the t-shirts are 100% cotton and come in gray and/or black ... I'm sure I'll leave the store with a few postcards, a t-shirt or two, and maybe a couple of keychains if there are any available ... good luck to you Tina!!!
Nice! I look forward to its opening! It will be great to have a place like this to shop in downtown Mountain View!
I purchased a t-shirt there on Thursday. Love it!
You should make a shirt that says Sunnyvale Sucks! with a picture of the city logo on it. I would rock it.
There was a taffy shop downtown?
As a Sunnyvale resident, I second sean's suggestion.
Nice. T shirts, hope you come with great ideas for shirts.
Is there going to be a "Free Wo'O" shirt?
nobody likes Beethoven bro, or at least it won't sell well.
remember the shirts that said:
"your City name here"
Can you make some of those???
This is such a unique idea. No other town that I know of has a store just about their town.
I'll be buying a shirt for sure.
Hope it does better than the Tape store. Yes there was a Taffy store. We also have a Safe /lock store / museum.
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