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Greetings from Bozeman, Montana!

I hope all of you had a wonderful Thanksgiving. It’s been a busy fall and we’ve got exciting news here at Darwin Design – a new website, organic shirts, and big discounts to help you with your holiday shopping.

What hasn't changed is our commitment to promoting a positive message about global warming. We can all take action and make a difference. That's why we're excited to feature the following animals on new designs:

– The Blue Whale: This is the largest animal ever to live on Earth, and global warming threatens the few remaining whales. The tagline for this shirt is "re-think big" – a call to reconsider the outsized damage our profligate use of non-renewable resources has on the grand creatures around us.

– The Green Sea Turtle: Global warming poses a special risk to this keystone species. Rising water temperatures upset the natural ratio of male to female hatchlings which can result in almost all-female populations. The tagline on this shirt is "live gently," a reminder that we should tread as lightly as these peaceful sea creatures do.

Click here to see all of our animals. Check out our news:

New Site:Organic Shirts:Special Offer:
Our site is completely redesigned, with a crisp new look that makes shopping even easier. Search, store your shipping information, email your favorite shirts to your friends. You can even post reviews of your favorite styles. Check it out!After a long search we found the perfect organic shirt. It's 100% domestic organic cotton printed with a water-based low-impact dye. These organic shirts complement our extended line of conventional cotton shirts.We’re excited to offer our customers and friends a special holiday discount: buy two or more shirts and get free shipping. Or buy over $100 and get 15% off your order! Just enter either discount code “freeship” or "15off" on the shopping cart page.


As always, we donate 10% of proceeds to non-profits dedicated to helping the environment.

A note to our friends in the Bozeman area: we will be at the Holiday Festival of the Arts at the Fairgrounds today and tomorrow, November 23-24. Please stop by our booth anytime between 12-5 today or 10am-4pm Saturday. Mention this email to receive your discount.

If you don't live in the area, click here to get started!

Wishing you 'green' holidays,



Otto Pohl
CEO (Chief Evolution Officer)
otto@darwindesignclothing.com


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