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Press Releases


Periodically we see ourselves places, and it's not just when we're checking out how hot we are in the window of the local coffee spot. We've had our shirts in the movies, on television, on celeb bodies, just about everywhere. Sometimes we're even sitting around at our local townie bar and someone comes in wearing one of our tees and doesn't even know we sold it to them, life's funny that way. Anyways, if you see us somewhere, let us know! For now, here's the shortlist of where you can find us on the interwebs and on the picture box.

Television Spots:

Accidentally on Purpose
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
Tosh.0

Movie Spots:

The Hangover
The Other Guys
You, Me, and Dupree

Celebs in CD:

Hayden Panettiere
Heidi Montag-Pratt
Zach Galifinakis
Chad Ochocinco
Jamie Lynn Spears
Daniel Tosh (Tosh.0)
Charlie Day
Dan Hardy
Mark Wahlberg

August 19th, 2010 - Rochester Democrat and Chronicle:


"Crazy Dog T-Shirts leases a bigger space for itself"


http://rocnow.com/article/business/20108190325

Since the business started in 2004, Crazy Dog has grown exponentially with sales more than doubling in the last three years. The company, which started as a project while Kingston was attending Ithaca College, began out of a basement, then upgraded twice in Village Gate. This month, the company moved from its 2,000-square-foot office to a 6,400-square-foot warehouse. Operating off the success of Crazy Dog, Kingston has also started two spin-off websites, www.NachoMamaTees.com and, after the success of selling Halloween costumes, www.CostumeSquad.com. “Essentially, I’d like to build a T-shirt empire,” Kingston said.

October 13th, 2010 - Rochester Insider/Metromix:


"20 Questions for Bill Kingston"


http://rochester.metromix.com/events/article/20-questions-for-bill/2243758/content

CEO is crazy about T-shirts and Chuck Norris?— especially Chuck Norris T-shirts Have you ever met a celebrity? I have a T-shirt signed by Chuck Norris. Does that count? Actually, Chuck Norris didn’t even sign it. He wore the T-shirt once and it wept tears of joy that left a stain in the shape of Chuck Norris’ autograph.

October 15th, 2010 - Rochester Business Journal:


"Website selling T-shirts and Halloween costumes yields runaway growth"


http://www.rbj.net/article.asp?aID=185488

William Kingston, who launched Crazy Dog T-Shirts Inc. in 2004 during his senior year at Ithaca College and continued it from the basement of his mother's home for two years, has built a million-dollar business since moving to North Goodman Street in Rochester. "I got into this e-commerce class, and that's when I started designing websites. The whole goal of the class was to create a website where you're selling something. I said, well, maybe T-shirts would be fun." The Kingstons added licensed products featuring actor and martial artist Chuck Norris, for example, or movies such as "Star Wars" and "Jaws," buying the shirts wholesale from licensed vendors.

October 18th, 2010 - Rochester Democrat and Chronicle:


"Lady Gaga a hot option for Halloween"


http://rocnow.com/article/living/201010180318

The surprise hit costume of the year at www.crazydogtshirts.com is the cupcake costume for adult women, says owner Bill Kingston. Toy Story characters such as Buzz Lightyear and Woody are popular for men, he says.

November 29th, 2010 - News Channel 10 Rochester, NY NBC Affiliate:


"Cyber Monday quadruples sales at Rochester T-shirt Company"


http://www.whec.com/article/stories/S1859102.shtml?cat=0

Cyber Monday appears to be a success for retailers. Experts predict online sales could top $1 billion today making it bigger than any single shopping day last year. It's also been a big boost for Crazy Dog T-shirts based in Rochester. The novelty t-shirts were flying off the shelves at its warehouse at Village Gate. Online orders nearly quadrupled with Cyber Monday deals.

November 30th, 2010 - Rochester Democrat and Chronicle:


"Cyber Monday business easily tops 2009 mark"


http://rocnow.com/article/business/201011300316

Local businesses that specialize in online sales and marketing took aim at Cyber Monday with scads of special deals and low-cost or free shipping. Peter Borrelli of Crazy Dog said Monday that the company, which makes custom clothes at its city facility and sells via the Web, had 500 orders to fill when the staff arrived Monday morning.

About Crazy Dog T-shirts


Crazy Dog T-shirts (www.crazydogtshirts.com) is the number one source online for funny t shirts and vintage shirts that help you stand out and get noticed. Founded in 2004 the t-shirt empire offers custom shirts in Rochester, NY. They provide customers with a variety of cool t-shirts and crazy shirts. Featuring both creative original concepts and popular licensed designs. Looking for a funny t shirt? They have hundreds of funny shirts which you won't want to miss!