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Cash'n'Carrion unleashes Autumn burst of colour

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Shirtastic!

Register hacks were this morning like excited children at Xmas as an enormous lorry discharged its load of new logo t-shirts here at Vulture Central. Sadly, having to hump thousands of the things up three flights of stairs soon dampened their enthusiasm for ecommerce.

Indeed, they are now too exhausted to even indulge in the petty pilfering of stock which normally accompanies such a delivery. Which happily means all the more for you - our loyal Reg readers.

The examples pictured above are just a taster of the product which offers our famous vulture logo on no less than five different shirts. If you're unable to contain your excitement, proceed directly to
Cash'n'Carrion, where all will be revealed.

And if that wasn't enough, we are proud to announce the launch of our latest limited edition shirt - Integrity - we've heard of it wrapped snugly round our logo. Those of you who missed out on the Show us the money collector's item would do well to mobilise the plastic right away. Of course, we would say that, but hey - we've got a rack of kids and three pubs to support. ®

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