PalmerCash: re-vamping the t-shirt image
Would you like to wear a witty t-shirt that catches everyone’s eye? Ever wonder where people buy those tops you keep searching high and low for? If yes, PalmerCash has a large collection of clothing for men, women and children, as well as the odd bits and bobs to liven up your life.
PalmerCash started up their business in autumn 2003 in a one-car garage filled with a few t-shirt designs and some dreams. By spring 2004, with determination and ambition, PalmerCash were in their first real office and warehouse. Their clothes having been worn by the famous to the infamous, have been previewed in dozens of movies and television shows, and featured in countless magazines from Italian Vogue and French Elle to Maxim and Rolling Stone.
In Fall 2008, PalmerCash introduced their own line of t-shirts to the fashion world. Their once-upon-a-time garage company has now acclaimed global recognition that their apparel can now be found in over 400 stores in 25 countries and counting, from Nordstrom’s in Miami, to Villain’s in San Francisco, to Harvey Nichols in Hong Kong, to Ruta Urban in Costa Rica, to PlazaStyle in Japan.
The growth of their company has in no way gone to their heads. PalmerCash believes in giving back and supporting a strong cause: cancer. With every t-shirt purchased, a portion of the money goes to the Ronan Thompson Foundation to support childhood cancer research.
Their t-shirts don’t just have a clever twist to them, some also have a message behind them. “Pump tires not gas” is aimed at the not so eco-friendly people out there. Something a bit more retro would be this mustard coloured hotdog surfing. As the surfers would say “Cowabunga!”
“It’s our mission to create simple and classic apparel for men and women to wear. We don’t skimp on quality as we make as much as possible in the USA in factories we have built strong relationships with and visit. We try and have fun in what we do and hopefully spread a little clothing cheer to our friends and customers around this little planet of ours….”
Their creativity indeed seems limitless. Look at this Buff Baby Dumb-Bell Rattle. The toddler looks like a mini weight lifter. If that does not make you smile, then how about these adorable Elmo Mittens for a true Sesame Street fan.
What are the future plans for PalmerCash? Watch this space, as their expansion shall certainly continue worldwide.