College

In college, there are so many activities, sports, and extracurriculars in desperate need of the coolest custom t-shirts around, it’s almost overwhelming. That’s why WhoopTee is the perfect place for you to order t-shirts for your fraternity, sorority, club, group, dorm floor, or just for fun! Design your own custom t-shirts with the WhoopTee designer tool for a quick and easy way to impress all of your new friends.

Back to School Tips from Whooptee.com

Take out your pencils and paper . . . it’s time for a pop quiz.  Okay, so it’s still barely summer, but in a couple weeks, it’s back to school.  Time to reinvent your image after a long summer of working out, getting a new group of friends from work and a new set of wheels.

Incredibowl Team: Create a One-of-A-Kind Shirt

Inspiration can come from anywhere.  It’s what drives us to take an idea farther, to change direction or adapt to something new and different.  Whether it’s in our careers, education, love lives or even artistically, drawing inspiration is what unites us, yet keeps us unique.  Got it?

We'll Have You Yelling WHOOPTEE!!! on Your Spring Break!

Spring Break is the time of year that marks different milestones for different people.  

 

Nerdy or Trendy? Use Whooptee for Custom Designed Shirts.

Most schools, sports and clubs order the same old shirts every year and call it tradition

Selfless Senior: Remembering Mom with Custom Apparel

Senior year:  With one foot out the door it’s hard to believe it’s almost all over.  While looking back is a tad bittersweet, what’s done is done.  It’s hard to stay focused during this high stakes time in your young adult life.  This school is already in your rearview mirror but there’s a lot of time left between then and now. Homecoming, Christmas dance, Senior Day, ACT’s, SAT’s, all looming ahead.

Prepare yourself for the obligatory conversation with every family member at every function over the next year.  It goes a little something like this:

Junior Year - Got Gas?

Congratulations, you're a junior! You're 16, passed your driver's exam and even have a car.  But unfortunately, the pools are closing which means your lucrative career as a lifeguard has come to an end.  What now?

Junior year means freedom.  But, at the risk of sounding like an Army recruitment video, freedom comes with a price - in the form of gas money.

How are you going to get the gas money? How much do you need? Where are you going? Can everyone pitch in?  All this time and energy to solve one simple problem.

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