Chapel Hill-based kids T-shirt maker Shirts That Go unveils some new designs thanks. in part, to Go Ask Mom readers.
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By Sarah Lindenfeld Hall
I wrote about Nick Morgan about a month ago.
He's the Chapel Hill father of two who started Shirts That Go about 15 months ago to satisfy his son's desire for realistic looking transportation-themed T-shirts. No smiley trucks or cutesy trains for this kid. Morgan, a fan of all things transportation himself, wanted real-looking trucks, cars and other vehicles.
When I wrote about him in April, Morgan was looking to branch out to include a few other designs. I linked to an online survey that he'd launched. And apparently Go Ask Mom readers answered the call. You all appeared to make up the majority of voters in his survey.
"Motorcycle was a clear No. 1," Morgan told me.
So one of two new designs that he's unveiled in the last few weeks is of a motorcycle. Bulldozer, another new design, also was a top pick.
Morgan said he wanted to thank Go Ask Mom readers for all their votes and kind words since the previous post.
"I got comments," he said. "I got a few orders and other things. People were just saying pleasant things. It was really a pleasant experience."