You’ve got questions, and we’ve got answers. Check out our frequently asked questions below and if you’re still in a pickle, feel free to contact us!
The daily sponsor model served us well for three and half great years, but we’re moving on to bigger and better things! We feel that given the amount of social media messages out there today, one day is simply not enough time to make a substantial impact for our sponsors. Now we have the opportunity to do five times the craziness… it’s a good thing!
If you’re a business that isn’t quite ready to commit to a full weekly sponsorship, fear not! We still offer our video production services, where we make you a custom high-quality video for a fraction of the price of a week of promotion. Check out our SERVICES page for more info on that.
Right now we have all the shirt wearers we need, but we definitely appreciate the interest! Sign up for our email list in the footer below and you’ll be the first to know if we ever have any positions open up.
We’ve been working on a few theories here at IWearYourShirt. So far the most plausible point to either a land made of jelly beans or a remote farming town in Switzerland.
(We never said we working hard on these theories.)
Wait a second… that’s our gig! We do not in fact pay other people to wear our t-shirts. Instead, we get paid to wear t-shirts and promote companies on social media. For more info on what we do exactly, check out our ABOUT US page.
If you’re interested in wearing shirts (and not so much getting paid for it, but having a lot of fun doing it), we have an event about once a month called Group Shirting where we get a couple hundred people to wear the same company’s shirt for a week and take some fun photos to share on Facebook. You can learn more about that on our FOR THE FANS page or in the next question below.
Group Shirting is a unique marketing idea coined by yours truly in which we invite hundreds of our fans to be honorary shirt wearers for a week. You get a free t-shirt and in exchange you take fun photos in a company’s shirt and share about them on Facebook and Twitter. We typically try to keep these sponsors fun so that you’ll actually want to tell your friends all about them.
Group Shirting happens once a month. Sign up for our email list in the footer below and you’ll be the first to know when sign ups are available. To check out the video from our last Group Shirting day with Arizona Iced Tea, visit our FOR THE FANS page.
Yes, in the words of SNL, what up with that? Well, quite a lot actually.
Your fan profile is the place where you can see all your activity on the IWearYourShirt site. During your first visit you should have been asked to sign in using either Facebook or Twitter. Seems simple enough, right? Well here’s the kicker. Whichever method of signing in you decide to use (Facebook or Twitter), you must continue to always use that method if you want to access that same profile again.
So I have to sign in every time I come back to the site?
Nope. The site will remember you, so if you use the same computer and same browser, you shouldn’t have a problem.
What if I accidentally use a different sign in method?
Let’s say you sign up using Facebook the first time you come to the site. Then, later on at your friend’s house, you want to show him all the awesomeness that’s happening on the IWYS site, so you sign in using his computer. The site doesn’t remember you so it asks you to login and you forget you’ve already signed in with Facebook, so you decide to log in with Twitter. What happens?
The site explodes!!!
Okay, not really, but wouldn’t that be crazy? Because of the way the profile system is built, if you sign in with Facebook and later with Twitter, there’s no way for our site to know you’re the same person. That’s why it will create two different profiles for you (one with your Facebook login and one with your Twitter login.)
Oh no! How do I log out and log back in using the right one?
Unfortunately there’s no way to log out of a profile.
So I’m stuck with two profiles?
Fear not! We know it’s confusing so just shoot us an email below with your name and which profile you want removed, and we’ll take care of it for you!
A multitude of ways! You can: visit the FOR THE FANS page and click on your avatar in the right hand corner (“Hey, it’s you!”), you can click on your profile link at the bottom of the How To Get Involved section of the FOR THE FANS page, you can click your avatar on any Truth or Dare you submit on the HOME page, OR you can always visit the direct link to your profile that you were given the first time you visited the site (also located at the bottom of the How To Get Involved section of the FOR THE FANS page.)
It’s easy! First you’ll want to check out our SERVICES page so you can get an idea of what we offer. Below each service offering you’ll see a Contact button. Choose the service you’re most interested in, click the contact button and shoot us an email to get the process started.
Please include the company you intend to promote and what services you’re interested in.
It’s been three years since the show ended and WE HAVE NO IDEA. If you know, please feel free to contact us immediately.
We’re pretty tight with the folks over at Spreadshirt. They make it super easy to upload your designs, choose from a shirt-ton of apparel, print ‘em up and ship ‘em out. They’re good peeps and we highly recommend them (especially because they held it together back when we printed up a different shirt for every single day. Can you imagine?!)
Since we’ve made a business of wearing t-shirts, we get people all the time asking us who makes the best shirts like we’re some great aficionado of t-shirt brands. I mean just because we wear shirts every day it’s not like we know everything about them, right?
We’re experts. Like black belts in t-shirt wearing. Rumor has it Jason can detect a Hanes shirt with his eyes closed simply by grazing the fabric against his right index finger.
Truth be told, we’ve worn all kinds of shirts but we now print exclusively on American Apparel. They are the comfiest, the best fitting, and they don’t shrink up into a shirt fit for a kitten. American Apparel all the way.
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