Geotees featured by Charleston Convention and Visitors Bureau

We’re excited to share that geotees has been featured in the Charleston Convention and Visitors Bureau June e-newsletter. Every month, Charleston West Virginia Convention and Visitor's Bureau releases newsletters to showcase everything Charleston WV has to offer – from world-class food, arts, recreation, and music. 

Among the featured are the month’s Recreation from The Hip: Tour de Coal and Yak Fest, the Food from the Hip: Let's Get Cooking with Chef Paul, and the Art from the Hip: FestivALL. It also includes the top events in June such as the Pride Festival, the 110th birthday of the Kanawha County Public Library, the Capitol City Biker Bash, and Live on the Levee Summer Concert Series to name a few. 

In the newsletter, CWV CVB touches on the qualities of the geotees t-shirt including its high-quality material with a simple design, the beautiful illustration showing the different well-known landmarks of the city, and its special package that makes for a fun unboxing experience. In addition, it was even hinted on being a wonderful gift for certain people in our lives on special holidays.  

Geotees featured by Charleston Convention and Visitors Bureau

As mentioned, geotees can be found online or at Tony the Tailor, which is located at 822 Virginia Street East in downtown Charleston.

If you haven’t seen this yet, then sign up for the Charleston Convention and Visitors Bureau to receive the latest info on music, food, arts, and recreation of Charleston WV. Many thanks go out to Charleston West Virginia Convention and Visitor's Bureau for featuring us in their June Edition. We are honored and thankful to be a part in Hip, Historic...Almost Heaven!

Inspired by Travel. Moved by the Journey. Geotees is not just your everyday, run of the mill t-shirt. It’s a whole new experience from receiving the package in the mail, to opening and unboxing and right down to wearing the product. Visit our website here and grab your tee today.


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