A small urban men's t-shirt apparel company started to promote rap/hip-hop music. King shirts are written in Chinese for their unique design, and "Freaks" shirts are written in Japanese (also for their unique design).
There isn't much to lose, I only have about 20 shirts left and I'm moving in to a home so it'll be better off in someone else's hands. The shirts are designed and pre-made, and I will gladly give the design to anyone else who wants to use it. I have colors in black, white and red that are left (sizes vary from M-XL).
How can the future owner improve the business?
The future owner can utilize his or her own fan base/marketing skills to do whatever they'd like. Like I stated before, there's barely any liability with this as I only have about 20 shirts left.
What work have you put into the store?
I started to put CD's that were going to release with my debut album, and three shirt designs so far (over 120+ shirts, down to 20 now). Currently there will only be two designs of shirts.
Producer and rapper out of Haverhill, MA. Only 22 years olds, have a full occupation working a 9-5. Wanted to try the business out, but with moving in to a home with my fiance it's difficult to keep track of things like this. Just want to put it in someone else's hands if they're up for it.