The Best Non-Profits on the Planet and How They Did It

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Nonprofits are the organizations that change the world we live in—not just for us, but for generations to come. They’re the groups raising awareness for certain illnesses, providing critical aid and relief to people in need, and shedding light on important social causes. They are the ones making our world a better place.

And there are literally thousands of them.

While nonprofits come in all different shapes and sizes, the most well known in the world usually come with the most interesting stories. Don’t believe us? Here are the 6 best non-profits in the world and how they got there:

The Movember Foundation

Movember Foundation

The Movember Foundation started in Australia in 2003 as a joke in a bar between two friends, Travis Garon and Luke Slattery. The two were sitting in their local pub having a pint when they began talking about men’s style—particularly, facial hair. They jokingly made a bet that they’d be able to bring back mustaches, which had been absent from the public sphere for quite some time.

Inspired by their friend’s mother who, at the time, was fundraising for breast cancer, the two gents decided to turn things charitable. They officially named their event Movember (‘Mo’ is Australian slang for Mustache, and they were growing them during November), and got a group of 30 friends together who were willing to accept the challenge. Each donated 10 dollars to a prostate cancer-related charity, and it just blew up from there. In 2004 they came back and raised $40,000 for the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia, kept increasing those efforts (drastically, might we add), year on year. By 2015, they’d raised over $710 million dollars and helped fund 1,200 men’s health projects.

It all started as a joke in a bar…

Direct Relief

Direct Relief Fund

Remarkably enough, Direct Relief, one of the most successful and trusted nonprofit relief organizations in the entire world, was started in 1945 by one man—William Zimdin, an Estonian immigrant who wanted to help his friends, family, and former employees in post-WWII Europe. He sent care packages by the thousands to all the people he could think of, and following his death in 1951, fellow immigrant, Dezso Karczag, took the reigns.

Today, Direct Relief is considered one of the most reputable nonprofit organizations in the world, providing an incredible $36 dollars in aid for every $1 in operating costs. They provided 118,000 pounds of medical aid to the victims of the Nepal Earthquake in 2015, millions of dollars of to help fight the Ebola virus epidemic in West Africa, immediate relief to people affected by Hurricane Sandy, and much, much more.

Patriot PAWS

Patriot Paws Service Dogs

The smallest (and youngest) nonprofit on this list, Patriot PAWS’ mission is to provide mobility-impaired veterans (and others) with assistance dogs to help them in their day-to-day lives.

Patriot PAWS was started in 2005 after its Founder and Executive Director Lori Stevens—a simple dog trainer—was asked to help a group of disabled veterans train their new service dogs. After spending a significant amount of time with the veterans and visiting the VA Hospital in Dallas, Stevens realized there was a tremendous need for service dogs and decided to make it her mission to help as much as she could.

From there, she traded in her doggie treats for an Executive Director title, and in 2006 founded Patriot PAWS out of a tiny storefront in Rockwall, Texas.

From their website, Stevens says, “We owe them far more than we can ever repay, but we’re doing what we can, four paws at a time.”

If that’s not a cause worth supporting, we don’t know what is.

Special Olympics

The Special Olympics

Eunice Kennedy Shriver (of the famed Kennedy family) started a day camp called Camp Shriver in 1962 to help give children with intellectual disabilities a place to play and participate in sports activities. She ran it out of her house in Potomac, Maryland.

A few years later, in July 1968, Shriver partnered with a Chicago physical education teacher (and future Illinois Supreme Court Justice) named Anne McGlone Burke, along with a few others, to host the first-ever Special Olympics Summer Games—right in the middle of Soldier Field in Chicago.

Today, the Special Olympics is officially recognized by the International Olympic Committee and hosts over 4.7 million athletes who participate in 220 national and U.S. programs in 169 countries all over the world.

Aside from its obvious impact on our world and the athletes who compete in its games, the Special Olympics does plenty of charity work, like its Healthy Athletes initiative, which has provided free health screenings and treatment to more than one million people with intellectual disabilities.

Make-A-Wish Foundation

The Make a Wish Foundation

Perhaps one of the most inspiring nonprofits on the planet, the Make-A-Wish Foundation is dedicated to granting once-in-a-lifetime “wishes” to children between the ages of 3 and 17 with life-threatening medical conditions.

Sounds cool, right? Now, what if we told you that Make-A-Wish was started by a regular U.S. Customs Officer who just wanted to show a sick child a life-changing good time?

In the spring of 1980, U.S. Customs Officer Tommy Austin befriended 7-year-old Christopher James Greicius. Christopher was undergoing treatment for leukemia, but also one day aspired to be a police officer.  Austin, having learned about Christopher’s dreams, reached out to the folks at the Arizona Department of Public Safety to help make the kid’s wish come true. Chris got to spend an incredible day as a real-deal police officer—uniform included—and was sworn in as the first honorary Public Safety Patrolman in Arizona state history. Oh, and he got a sweet helicopter ride, too!

Unfortunately, Chris lost his battle to leukemia shortly after, but his story spoke loudly and made quite an impact on Officer Austin and the Phoenix community.

To this day, the Make-A-Wish Foundation is still headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, but has 61 chapters throughout the U.S. and 38 affiliate offices in as many countries. Tens of thousands of volunteers have worked hard over the years to make over 270,000 wishes come true—all without costing the recipients or their families a single penny. According to the Make-A-Wish, in the U.S., a wish is granted once every 35 minutes.

Doctors Without Borders

Doctors Without Borders nonprofit

Doctors Without Borders is a humanitarian aid organization—and Nobel Peace Prize recipient—whose sole purpose is to provide emergency medical aid to people in areas affected by wars, famine, natural and man-made disasters, epidemics, and other areas without steady health care availability.

Founded in 1971 by a group of doctors and journalists who wanted to place emphasis on victims’ rights in time of conflict, Doctors Without Borders has provided much-needed medical aid to countries all over the world, including Sudan, Liberia, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, and over 70 others.

What originally formed as a small group of journalists and doctors wanting to help people suffering in their own respective countries, has turned into an incredible and massive network of over 30,000 doctors, nurses, and medical professionals, along with some medical engineers and administrators whose sole purpose is to help heal the world.

As a part of the Movember movement, Rush Order Tees is taking the initiative to support the Movember Foundation this November, and we need your help! Purchase your limited time Movember t-shirt now. All proceeds will go to the Movember Foundation’s fight against prostate and testicular cancer. Get Your Movember t-shirt here!

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A Construction Company’s Guide to Getting Social Media Savvy 

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You might have heard, but incase you haven’t social media is essential to your business. In today’s day and age, you might as well not have a business if you’re not willing to create a social media presence for it.

As a construction company in particular, social media can benefit you in several ways. Aside from getting you exposure and creating a positive image of your company, your social media usage can directly impact your profits. It is a simple way to gain new customers and to keep your current customers engaged so that they keep coming back.

Although social media is increasingly complex and always changing, there are a few basic principles of social media usage that are easy to grasp and will make a huge difference for your brand. Here are 6 simple ways your construction company can get social media savvy:

Enhance & Update Your Digital Portfolio

Construction company Facebook page

When a potential customer (and yes, your potential customers ARE on Facebook) goes to your page, they are evaluating several things. First, they want to see how many people you engage with–how many likes or followers do you have? Do you have genuine engagement on your posts? Do you have positive customer reviews?

Second, they want to see what kind of work you do. Photo albums can make or break a future sale. Use them to showcase photos of your best work. Before and after photos are a bonus! Most social media users are visual clickers. That means exactly how it sounds, they will click on the posts that catch their eyes! If they can see proof that your work is attractive and that you have a good track record with your existing customers, that may be all the persuasion they need to pick up the phone and give you a call.

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Post Interesting & Relative Content Consistently

Plopping your photos or content up there on Facebook or Instagram is never going to be a one-step process. With newsfeeds constantly refreshing, it’s your job to keep showing up. Post your content consistently and frequently for the best results. The time investment will be worth it.

Engage & Interact With Your Audience

Facebook notifications

Most business’ goal on social media is to get engagement, but that’s not the end-all. When you score engagement from new or existing customers, interact with them! If someone comments, comment back! If someone leaves a good review, thank them. This shows that you’re there to answer questions and to deliver what your customers are looking for.

Follow Other People in Your Industry & Similar Industries

Social media is a like a 24 hour a day 7 day a week networking event. One of the best things you can do for your construction business is network with other industry-related businesses, individuals, or media outlets. Not only will it help you stay attuned with the latest developments in your industry, but it will also allow you to make connections with people who you could potentially form business relationships with, or who could refer you to new clients.

Share Valuable Industry Related Content

Construction company Facebook content

Sharing industry-related content works in two ways. The first is that when you share industry-related content, you have to actually read it first. This will almost force you to keep up with industry trends and voices that could help your business grow all together. Next, just the act of sharing content on the latest construction news, practices, and technology, you will appear authoritative in your field. It helps give you a professional and knowledgeable voice, which in turn builds trust with new and existing customers. You’ll be seen as a true professional whose work can be trusted.

Post Useful Insights in Public Forums

Whether it is on LinkedIn groups, Facebook groups, or separate forums that are industry-specific, make your company’s voice heard. Ask questions, answer questions, offer suggestions and take them. A part of using social media in a savvy business manner is being constantly on your toes so that you are continuously learning from others in a transparent way.

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Maximize Your Experience at CES 2017 with Branded T-shirts

CES 2017

In a few short weeks, you’ll be at the world’s premiere consumer technology event, CES. For businesses in any industry, it’s the best opportunity to learn about upcoming consumer technologies that will change the face of consumer culture. If you’re one of the coveted brands attending as an exhibitor, this is really your chance to shine–and show a couple hundred thousand attendees what your brand is all about.

Organizing an exhibit for CES comes along with months–or at least weeks–of weighing out different strategies to help maximize the value of your brand’s presence there. In order to get the most out of the opportunity, it is your mission to ensure that your brand is likable, that people remember your brand, and that you create as many new connections as possible, all amidst thousands of other brands.

Here’s how you can maximize your presence and stand out from the thousands of other exhibitors at CES 2017.

Be Likable

One of the most important things you have to do to add value to your company’s CES presence is to make sure that people like your brand off the bat. There are thousands of other organizations there for the same purpose as you–2.47 million square feet of other brands, in fact. You’ll stand out from the crowd if you can present people with a takeaway they can enjoy after the show’s over.

Since CES attracts people from almost every industry, your best bet is staying as universal as possible. T-shirts with your brand’s logo, a funny slogan, or a unique, eye-catching design are a great way to appeal to the masses. There is almost nothing at tradeshows (or anywhere, for that matter) that people love more than free t-shirts. The folks who walk around the rest of the convention with your t-shirts after stopping by are always guaranteed to send others flocking to your tent in search of their own.

Be Memorable

CES exhibition floor

Presenting a favorable image of your brand is great, but it’s useless if you’re forgotten about as soon as the convention is over. Another part of maximizing your CES presence is making sure your brand is memorable. Attendants are going to meet people from all over the country, from every industry, and from thousands of companies. Don’t be one of the brands forgotten when it’s all over.

For that purpose, giving out tangible items is always a good idea. Certain items will work better than others–eventually, food gets eaten, drinks get drunk, and pens dry up (plus, we heard exhibitors at last year’s show gave away enough pens for a lifetime.)

Giveaways that are long-lasting like t-shirts are going to bring people both the instant pleasure of getting something free, and the durable pleasure of having a souvenir for years to come. They might even look forward to getting a new version of your shirt year after year!

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Make High-Quality Contacts

CES 2016 exhibitor

One of the biggest draws about attending an event as massive as CES (besides seeing all of the mind-blowing tech) is the potential to meet and network with the 177k+ other tech-geeks and business professionals. To get the full benefit out of the experience, you definitely want to make as many quality contacts as possible. You don’t need to worry about bringing 180,000 pens that will all get thrown away in the airport after the flight home to do so. T-shirts are a great, cost-effective way to help you effectively reach a huge number of people.

Giving out t-shirts won’t limit you. If you don’t want to order 180k shirts, you can simply create a strategy where you only give them away to quality contacts for your brand. One way is by having attendants interested in getting your free t-shirt give you their email address, or follow you on social media. That way you can measure ROI, and ensure that you give your shirts to people who are at least interested enough to stop and give you their information.

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Arguably the biggest way you’ll maximize your CES presence is to eliminate any stress. Nothing can ruin any experience like stress can. Stressing over what your company will be able to offer, or worrying that you’ll be one of the “forgotten” exhibits when the event is over is going to take all the fun out of it! Save yourself the worry.

Ordering t-shirts is as simple as selecting a color, uploading your logo or design, and receiving your shirts in the mail. You’ll then rest assured that your brand shows up with the #1 tradeshow giveaway item, and you can focus on the rest of the fun stuff.

Enjoy a successful and stress free CES 2017 – order branded t-shirts for your giveaway now!

Rush Order Tees and Radio 104.5’s “Show Your Mo” Movember Photo Contest

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As we approach the season of giving and giving thanks, we are all thinking a little bit more about the things that are important to us. Whether it’s giving thanks for our families over a meal, or giving our time and money to a cause near and dear, the month of November is a very charitable month for many of us.

For many people around the world, the cause near and dear this month is men’s health. Beginning in 2003, the Movember movement starting getting people’s awareness for men’s health issues that had been growing prevalent for years. Currently on the Movember Foundation site, it states that testicular cancer rates have doubled in the last 50 years. This rise in mens health issues and young male deaths inspired the Movember challenge—men were encouraged to grow out their mustache for the entire month of November.

The challenge caught on in a huge way—today over 5 million men and women around the world participate in the Movember movement, and once again this year, we are joining them.

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Rush Order Tees’ & iHeartRadio’s “Show Your Mo” 

As a part of our partnership with iHeartRadio, we will be participating in the Radio 104.5 annual Movember Movement. Each year, for the month of November, Radio 104.5 asks its listeners to support their campaign for Movember. This year, they are asking their listeners to donate $75 to the Movember Foundation in return for exclusive tickets to the Radio 104.5 Movember Gala. The gala will feature an exclusive performance by Jimmy Eat World at xFinity Live!’s Victory Beer Garden.

The Best of Orthodontist Office Custom T-shirts

Orthodontist office custom t-shirts

In the competitive field of orthodontics, the doctors who truly stand out are those who go beyond what is asked or expected. They deliver exceptional service, treat customers like family, and may even throw in some freebies. The most common freebie is t-shirts.

T-shirts act as dual action brand-lift for your orthodontist practice. First, customers are excited that they get something for free (everyone loves free t-shirts–think about t-shirt cannons). Secondly, these customers can now act as walking billboards for your office. Whether they’re a part of an overall marketing strategy, or simply offered as promotional lift to each of your clients, your t-shirts will act as walking representation for your brand–have fun and get creative with them!

Here are 8 memorable orthodontist t-shirt designs to help you get started:

Stop crooked teeth

Stop crooked teeth t-shirt

This is why they come to you in the first place. Crooked teeth belong locked behind bars–or wires? Either way, by-passers won’t forget this clever characterization when they seek someone to stop their crooked teeth.

Straighten it out

Straighten it out

In the end, the real winners are the orthodontists who are able to straighten everything out. This shirt will serve as a reminder to everyone that when there’s some aligning to be done, you’ll be the first to help.

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Always better together

Funny always better together shirt

No one likes to be alone–that includes your teeth. This design reminds us all that a set of teeth is just that–a set. They belong together. Aligned teeth are happy teeth.

Crowd Control

Crowd Control for Teeth

If an on-looker’s teeth are a rowdy, misdirected bunch, then braces will provide just the crowd control they need. This punny shirt will not be soon forgotten by people who have been considering making their own investment in crowd control.


 Orthodontist alignmint

Okay, we’ll admit–this one’s a bit of a stretch. A mint that cranks out perfectly aligned smiles? Bet you never thought of your orthodontist office that way, but hey–you’ll definitely stand out if you can make people think of something simple in a different way.

Everyone needs their space

Funny orthodontist t-shirts

Being caught in a small space can be uncomfortable, to say the least. With everyone on top of one another, it can be hard to move, let alone stay positive about the situation and smile. This shirt serves as a simple reminder to those who may be feeling a bit crowded.

Nice curve

Funny orthodontist office t-shirts

How do you feel about each of the perfect curves you create? Pretty nice, right?

We love the attractive vintage drive-in vibe of this one, and we’re going to bet your customers will love it, too. It will make a great addition to any wardrobe rotation, spreading more awareness for your orthodontist office than you even expected.

Straight up perfect

Straight up perfect orthodontist t-shirt


Everyone knows a perfectionist. You know, the people who have it all together, head to toe. Well, the result of your ortho-artistry is something even the hardest to please cannot deny–straight up perfection.

Making a good name for your practice is as simple as what you put on your patients’ t-shirts. Design them with something memorable! What design do you love for your practice? Let us know in the comments, and feel free to share other clever design ideas! I

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5 Reasons Branding Your Construction Company Will Win You More Bids

Construction company branding

If you’re a contractor, you probably have your go-to guys–the guy you call when you need drywall, when you need roofing, foundation…the list goes on. If you’re in this cycle, the need for branding may seem irrelevant. However, for the longevity of your company’s growth and success, it’s essential that you create a recognizable brand for your construction company. Seem like a foreign concept? Don’t worry, it’s not out of your league. Luckily, although it is more essential than ever, it is also easier to brand your company today than ever.

First, let’s go over the essential branding tools every company needs to be recognizable, marketable, and successful in the long-term.


This is the easy part. To be a business in the first place, you must have a name, so that part’ already in the bag. Next, establishing your brand’s logo can be as simple or as complicated as you want it to be (or as you have time for). Check out our blog on logo design tips, if you need some help. If you’re really stuck (or overwhelmed at the entire process) definitely consider consulting a professional to help you.

Online Portfolio/Website

An online portfolio is the single best place to show off your work to new potential customers. Certain web domains are available relatively inexpensive, and other hosting sites can be used for cheap or free in some cases. Your website should include pictures of work you’ve done, testimonials fromhappy customers, and contact information so that new clients can get in touch with custom t-shirts

Facebook page

Social media is no longer just for personal use–and it’s no longer an option for businesses. Having some sort of presence on social media is perhaps more important than even having a website (as long as you can be found on public listings). At the bare minimum, your business needs a Facebook page. Facebook can also, in a way, act as your online portfolio. You can use it to post pictures, connect with clients you’ve done wok for, with other businesses you’ve worked with, and to encourage your current clients to share your brand with their own referrals. If you aren’t tech savvy, it is time to hire someone part-time (even if only a few hours a week) to help you get started.

Now that we’ve gotten to the basis of what branding means for your construction company, let’s get to the nitty gritty of just what branding can do for your business.

1. Attract new customers

Just taking the basic steps toward creating a recognizable brand makes your business appear more professional, established, trustworthy for new customers. When customers see consistency, they subconsciously associate your brand with consistency. Consistent quality, timing, and service are all key factors that influence a consumer’s decision to choose one brand over another.

2. Turn new customers into returning customers

Construction company hoodie

When you consider the number of different construction companies in any given town, how can each company make sure it stands out to attract new clients, and to keep them coming back? You have to be recognizable and memorable so that people can readily connect you with the work you’ve done. Solid branding helps people make this connection.

3. Increase your referrals

Word of mouth advertising is ideal in the field of construction, but today’s definition of word-of-mouth advertising isn’t quite what it used to be. Social media and search engines have replaced conversations and phone books, and if your brand isn’t visually recognizable, you are missing out on more and more business every minute. Think about it–what’s the first thing you do when someone gives you a business referral you’re interested in? Do you look it up in the phonebook? No, because it is the year 2016.

We live in the age of the Internet, and if our brands aren’t online, they might as well not exist. Your customers need a place to send referrals, and you don’t have a recognizable online brand, they have no where to reference you.

4. Helps you network

Construction company beanie

In the construction business, you probably know a lot of the contacts in your field. You’ve either done work with them, bid against them, or seen the work they’ve done. In this respect, it is easy to skip past the branding aspect because you all know each other, however, if you plan on growing your company, you’re going to need to be present in many different places, not just where your face can be seen at any given time. Recognizable branding allows your company to be present in many places at once. When guys from other companies see your employees wearing your branded hoodies on the job, they immediately know who they’re working with. Maybe you can even provide beanies or t-shirts as giveaways to the other companies you work with.

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5. Helps you figure out what sets your company apart

The process of branding can be thought of as a “soul searching” tool for your company, to help figure out where you stand in your competitive market, and how you can set your work apart from your competitors. You know what your business does, but do your potential customers? Branding helps you figure out what messages your conveying to your audiences and how, and then gives you the power to modify them.

Convinced to start branding your construction company? There’s no time like now to get started. Definitely seek out some professionals to help get you off the ground, and let us know if we can help you out when you need branded custom gear for your crew!

Support Animal Disaster Relief in Haiti With RushOrderTees

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For each share up to 1,000 that our post on Facebook gets, Rush Order Tees will donate $1 to the Humane Society International’s Disaster Relief Fund to fund emergency rescue and treatment to thousands of animals in Haiti that were affected by Hurricane Matthew. So far, the HSI rescue team has saved thousands of donkeys, cats, dogs, goats, sheep, pigs, mules, calves, and chickens in the country, but there are still thousands more waiting for the rescue team’s help.

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Devastation of Hurricane Mathew

Hurricane Matthew left hundreds of thousands of animals devastated in Haiti, one of Central America’s most ecologically diverse countries. Aside from that, the people of Haiti heavily depend on their livestock for food and resources. The destruction caused by the storm has left many of the livestock homeless, and the nation’s people at risk. Luckily, there’s a way we can help. The funds Rush Order Tees donates will be used in Haiti for vaccinations, supplements, and training for owners on how to prevent further sores or other issues.

Animal Disaster Relief in Haiti

Year round, donations to the Disaster Relief Fund are used for:

  • Rescuing and providing temporary shelter for the animals in need
  • Renting and supporting animal shelter facilities
  • Rescue vehicles, including trucks and boats
  • Reuniting lost animals with families
  • Hiring and training disaster response staff & volunteers
  • Aid local animal protection shelters the affected region
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Your share helps donate $1 to the animals in desperate need of help. Just $1.50 in donations could help provide emergency medical treatment to 100 farm animals, and $25 could provide vaccinations for 150 cattle.

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Rush Order Tees at Philly’s Powerhouse 2016

Rush Order Tees at Powerhouse 2016

As expected, last Friday’s Power 99 Powerhouse 2016 was another event for the books. The night charted amazing performance after amazing performance—including sets from Trey Songz, Wiz Khalifa, Meek Mill, Jeezy, Fat Joe, Remy Ma, Desiigner, Young M.A., Young Thug, Uzi London, DreezyDreezy, Kehlani, Cardi B, local Philly artist PNBROCK, and surprise guest, Nicki Minaj. From the time the Wells Fargo Center doors opened Friday evening until the time we broke down our booth, the crowd didn’t stop sweeping in, carrying with it a vibrant energy that filled the entire venue all night.

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Our Rush Order Tees team was lucky enough to get up on stage in between some of the sets to shoot off our t-shirt cannons. As usual, the crowd went wild. It helped that we also had the help of 76ers’ Nerlens Noel, who took a break from hanging with fans at our booth to go up on stage with the t-shirt cannon.

When we weren’t on stage shooting off t-shirts, we were hanging out at our booth right by the Fan Zone, catching fans as they came in through the 11th street entrance.

Our step and repeat banner served as a backdrop for anyone who was happy to stop by to chat, grab a rally towel, and strike a pose for their own moment of fame. All of the images from our photo booth can be found here!

If there’s one thing we can say about Philly’s hip hop fans it’s that they are a ton of fun. From the minute we set up to the minute we broke down, the fun and good vibes didn’t stop. You can see from the photos how much fun everyone had, including us. Besides soaking up the opportunity to be in the middle of all the action, it was awesome to see fans lining up across from us for the official Powerhouse 2016 t-shirt. Even better yet, was knowing that the winner of our design contest, whose design was featured on the t-shirts, was in the building enjoying all of the excitement as well.

The entire experience delivered everything fans hoped for and more. It was an overwhelmingly positive experience of Philadelphia’s culture and music scene. A huge thanks to Power 99 and iHeartMedia for putting together such an amazing show once again, and to the Wells Fargo Center for hosting the event once again. Events like these bring the city together in such a powerful way, and being Philadelphia natives, we were thrilled to be a part of it.