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Free, Stylish T-Shirts for everyone — Gama-Go Store Opening Party

Updated: Apr 28, 2009 18:19
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Gama-Go, one of the awesome local brands that we should be proud of in SF, is finally opening their own flagship storefront. You have probably seen their fashions at Giant Robot, Kinokuniya and other boutiques around the city. They’re usually infested with cartoon Yeti’s, smoking birds and owls '” and are ridiculously adorable.

The party is going to be mid-day, which means that everyone and their mother without a job will be there. But if you need to buy something for a present or for a friend, the first hundred customers will receive a super awesome, special designed shirt in a limited run of, you guessed it, 100.

Although they promise more freebies and a DJ throughout the party, I’m going for the free shirt. Opprotunities to be able to afford and get limited edition shit these days is, well, limited. Don’t look a gifthorse in the mouth, y’all.

Who: Gama-Go

What: Opening Party for their newly established flagship store

Where: 335 8th Street @ Folsom St.

When: Saturday, May 2nd between 12 p.m. '” 5 p.m.

Why: Because you need a new shirt and a birthday present at the same time. Or you like birds on t-shirts smoking cigars.

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