Authorized Retail locations only buy 2 shirts for their managers and reps, which means they have to buy the rest if they have any personal hygiene. With all the assistant managers laid off, they could sell their clothing to the AR employees who have to pay full price at Lands End to have shirts they need for work. This way you get around ATT and the dealers screwing the dealer employees with overpriced shirts and the laid off assistants make some money while they look for another job. Kind of like reselling textbooks for college students instead of getting ripped off for full price. Craiglist, Amazon etc would be good places to go.
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I would of bought a bunch of new shirts.
My entire gym and car-washing wardrobe has globes on it. I helped a friend shovel dirt in his back yard and wore a T shirt so I could just toss it in the trash rather than wash it. Silver lining, lol.
My 20+ shirts ended up as ash :-)
I gave a closet full of T gear to Goodwill. Not a thing left here!
y'all are f---ing idiots
Salvation Army has a bunch of those shirts. 0.25c each
The AR sellers have to have authorized retailer on their shirts.
good for the environment too instead of all those shirts ending up in a landfill