Online store now open!

After several long nights on the computer and with the support of several filled steins, we were able to put the finishing touches to our official “Fill the Steins” Online Store and cracked the e-door open today! We wanted to create a place to buy the gear that everyone will be wearing at school and homecoming that is why we teamed with CafePress to make these designs available. We have made every effort to keep the prices down while not skimping on quality, yet another reason to go with CafePress as an established player in the internet based printing industry. We purchased t-shirts and onesies for the kids last year through the site and decided this year we would open our own store so everyone could get the gear!
So what will you find for designs in our store? You will have to click the link and find out for yourself, but here are some samples. We have shirts for every on-campus dormitory, so whether you live(d) in Oxford Hall or York Hall it doesn’t matter, there’s a shirt just for you. We also have the popular “04469” zip code design as well as the classic “207” area code on a wide selection of shirts. We have our ode to Alfond with the “Student Section” design for all those great hockey games spent in the rafters of our favorite arena. Of course we also have our “Fill the Steins” logo as the perfect shirt to wear when you are… filling the steins!
We are working on new designs, but if you have a suggestion or there is something you want that we don’t offer hit us up on Twitter (@fillthesteins) and we will get our design team on it.

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