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T-Shirts, Sponsorships and Bling Bling: How the Extremely Innovative IWearYourShirt.com Continues to Evolve

Today on The Rise To The Top: The #1 Non-Boring Business Show: A very special interview with the creator of IWearYourShirt.com’s Jason Sadler. So much to cover. We discuss how Jason is nabbing sponsors like hot cakes, his big plans for 2012, advice for personalitypreneurs and mediapreneurs, oh so much more.

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Jason SadlerJason Sadler has been wearing shirts for a living since 2009, when he created I Wear Your Shirt. Now his shirt empire has expanded to five shirt-wearers, tens of thousands of hours of content created, amazing sponsorships from companies such as Starbucks, Jockey, Pizza Hut and more. Make sure to follow Jason on Twitter @iwearyourshirt.

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Comments

  • http://hoop.la Rosemary ONeill

    One of the reasons I love your interviews…I had just been thinking, “I wonder if he’s on a bouncy ball…” when you burst in and asked him that very question.  

    • David Siteman Garland

      Haha great mind think alike?

  • http://twitter.com/ThomHolland Thom Holland

    “Relationship generation” …..I like it.

  • http://twitter.com/ATailoredSuit Antonio Centeno

    DSG – great interview!

    FYI – I stole Jason’s idea to ask my list who they all are.  I emailed over 10K, and am buried now in in emails.  It’s cool (but also daunting!) as getting back to them all is going to  cost me a couple weekends.  Oh well!A lot of takeaways in this one – keep up the great work!