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Make Money With Your Own T-Shirt Idea

I ran across a really weird idea this week, but after thinking about it for a few minutes, I quickly concluded it wasn't all that strange after all. With all of the high tech messaging going on in our culture, there is one low tech method of communication that still works very well - T-Shirts. With the upcoming election, and all of the controversial things going on in the country right now, you can bet that funny and clever messages on T-Shirts will be everywhere. Have you ever come up with a one liner that you thought would make a great T-Shirt? As a Christian, there are a lot of things I would love to put on a T-Shirt...but I had no idea that you could make a ton of money with a simple T-shirt idea.

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The most amazing thing about this opportunity is that you don't need to invest any money upfront. I was reading more about this yesterday, and ran across quite a few stories of people that had made huge sums of money with their own T-shirt idea. I will be honest with you and tell you that I know nothing about how to get started in a business like this. So, I did what I always do when I want to learn something new - I bought a training program. The course I purchased covers the whole process, including how to use Facebook ads to get people to buy your shirts. I selected one particular program  as it had one of the very highest ratings within this niche and a great price. Here is a link Click Here.

Once you start selling your own shirts, be sure to include me on your e mail list - I love clever T-shirts! One way we, as Christians, can influence the culture is to put our own message out there where everyone can see it. I will also add that this would be a huge opportunity for fundraising (get it churches, non-profits?).

Helping you make the most of God’s money!  

James L. Paris 
Editor-In-Chief ChristianMoney.com 
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