When we first moved to Eastern Oregon (almost 10 years ago) we quickly found out that Sasquatch is a big deal here. We decided to have some fun with it so we started making stickers saying, "Keep Sasquatch Weird" and "Sasquatch Happens". They were a big hit and we have actually seen them on cars outside of La Grande, Oregon! The only thing better than stickers is shirts, these shirts! We have now trademarked "Sasquatch Happens" and are developing more designs!
Meg Hawks here, sharing an experience that led to us pursue Relative Tees. In the past, we've done a lot of family reunion tees. This is a different take, although they would make great shirts for a reunion! I never knew my dad's paternal grandfather, Rosco Heppler. My dad has shared many memories and spoke fondly of his shop, Hepps Sporting Goods, in Tremonton, Utah. As I wanted to learn more about my Great grandfather I came across a newspaper article about his shop. Then the idea came to recreate his logo for shirts. A way for Hepp's posterity to connect to that past. The store no longer exists, but a vintage shirt can keep the memory alive.