Phoenix, Arizona May 14, 2024 (Issuewire.com) – The T-Shirt Salad Company, an online retailer of quirky t-shirts, announces its new collection of steak-themed t-shirts just in time for Father’s Day and the official start of barbecue season. Add some zest to the grilling season by purchasing t-shirt fashion with a fresh and tasty perspective. Celebrate red meat–deliciousness and love of life!

T-Shirt Salad is a brand that cleverly makes ends meet (versus “meat ends”). The owner and creative director’s red meat mantra is “I Love Steak More Than People.” To place an order, go to www.tshirtsalad.com and follow on Instagram (@tshirtsalad) to stay updated on new products.

“Sometimes a salad is NOT just a salad,” they said. “T-Shirt Salad Company likes to have fun plays on words. We’re a hodgepodge of themes and designs; hence, a salad if you will. We talk about dog salad and steak salad (a.k.a. dog poop and red meat). Our shop is fully stocked with t-shirts with silly puns, wit and overall sarcasm. Let’s smile and chuckle while shopping. Trips to our salad bar will be an experience you won’t forget.”

T-Shirt Salad Company shirts come in black or white. Prices start at $15.99. Consumers may “dress their salad” with a variety of toppings or slogans, which include: “I Love Steak More Than People,” “I Love Red Meat More Than People,” “Look At Me Like You Look At Your Ribeye,” “Think Steak Candy,” “Red Meat Is My Candy,” and “Ribeye Solves Most Problems.” Baseball caps and patches are also available for discerning customers and collectors.

T-Shirt Salad Company was established in 2024 and is based in Arizona. Its mission supports all people who love steak, red meat, and barbecue.

Have some salad! Pick your toppings and enjoy. The ordering deadline is June 2 to ensure delivery by Father’s Day. Take advantage of this.

Hashtag: #STEAK Salad #TShirt Salad

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