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Colorado Tees From the Places You Love

LoyalTee is a T-shirt collective featuring beloved local landmarks. Buying a shirt supports that local business and the unique aesthetic it brings to town.

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LoyalTee Colorado T-shirts has been met with great enthusiasm by people who love Colorado landmarks -- or just great T-shirts. We've heard from people in person, via e-mail and on social media.  Here's the word on LoyalTee from the horses' mouths...


LoyalTee Update -- January 2013

Hey everyone,

As of January 2013, LoyalTee is under new ownership!  It's an exciting time for us and we're working hard behind the scenes, coming up with some new shirt ideas for all of you. To stay in touch with LoyalTee, visit our site, sign up for e-mails, like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter.  The best is yet to come!

--Steven Gravlin
Owner, LoyalTee
Morrison, Colorado

On the Horizon - CU Denver magazine - "Diners, Drive-ins and T-shirts"
Spring 2012

"Combining aspects of the buy local movement, environmental sustainability and a passion for graphic tees, [Loyaltee launched] in 2010 with their first shirt, honoring the Tivoli building on the Auraria Campus. Featuring a historic label for Tivoli Beer, the shirt is designed and printed locally using water-based ink on an American Apparel blank tee and comes with a retro (and mailable) postcard hangtag with information about the Tivoli's past...." --On the Horizon, CU-Denver alumni newsletter


Denver Westword - Best of Denver - "Best Colorado T-shirts"
March 2012

"LoyalTee has its heart in all the right places." Denver's Westword awards LoyalTee the Best of Denver for Colorado T-shirts 2012


5280 Magazine - "Bringing it Back"
February 2012

Denver's 5280 Magazine says, "For those of you who believe that the home of the Broncos will always be Mile High Stadium (period), the folks at Denver-based LoyalTee have got you covered...."


Colorado Biz Magazine - "Colorado Cool Stuff"
October 2011

"Launching earlier this year, the nine-shirt LoyalTee line includes wearable tributes to such local landmarks as Johnson’s Corner, Rocky Flats Lounge and Stella’s Coffeehaus, as well as top seller Mile High Stadium. 'It’s grown into a passion - it’s addictive.'" Read more at cobizmag.com.


Washington Park Profile - "Around the Town"
September 2011

"One way to proclaim your faith in local commerce is to wear it on your chest!" Read more about what the Washington Park Profile has to say about LoyalTee in their September 2011 issue.


Westword - "Talking Shop: LoyalTee shirts pay homage to local landmarks"
July 5, 2011

"Not only is the tag on each tee a postcard telling the history of the place it celebrates, but LoyalTee lives up to its name by donating a percentage of each sale to the lauded businesses." Read more about the origins of LoyalTee at Westword.


The Summit Daily - "Moose Jaw deemed 'beloved landmark' by shirt makers"
June 28, 2011

 summit-logo.gif "Lynda Colety, who has owned the Moose Jaw for 37 years, said she was honored her restaurant was chosen as a beloved Colorado landmark." Read more about this Frisco destination and why we chose them at the Summit Daily, Summit County's newspaper.
The Nugget Denver - "Loyalty at its Finest"
June 16, 2011
The Nugget Denver "We should all go out and discover what's interesting about our town or the town we're visiting. Plus a portion of each sale goes back to the featured business. Now that's worth taking home with you." Read more on The Nugget.
Thrillist - "LoyalTee Shirts"
May 18, 2011
The Thrillist "Begun as a CU Denver grad school project, this new line of shirting reps the now-defunct Denver beer Tivoli, plus logos of famous CO bars (like Southeast's Bonnie Brae, Frisco's Moose Jaw, and Boulder's Rocky Flats ), all of which promote a “love of beer, food and t-shirts” -- perfect, as too much of the first two will ensure you'll be too embarrassed to go without the third." Read more at Thrillist.