Adorable Business Fraternity Selling T-Shirts They Made All By Themselves
LEAVEY–The adorable kids down at the Georgetown Business Fraternity have begun selling the cutest little t-shirts that they designed and produced all by themselves, without any help from grown-ups or anybody.
The t-shirts were the idea of spunky fraternity president Mark Mezza (MSB ‘11), who thought it’d be “super-duper cool” if the entire B-Frat got together and made t-shirts that they could sell to people and even make a little bit of money off of, just like their mommies and daddies.
After coming up with this dandy little idea, Mezza went to a local Target and bought a whole buncha white t-shirts, which he thought would be “neato,” as they would allow the B-Frat members to “be really creative and stuff.”
Once the t-shirts were procured, the whole entire B-Frat met at Mezza’s Village A apartment, where they used glitter, paint, and Crayola markers to create t-shirts just like the ones that real people wear.
“This one’s of me with a Velociraptor,” said B-Frat member Glenn Foltz (MSB ‘12), beaming as he held up a t-shirt with a stick-figure and a misshapen figure that was probably supposed to be a dinosaur.
The t-shirts are currently on sale for $65 at Leavey Center.