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Reg black minilogo t-shirt hits the stores

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We're always looking to respond to readers' requests for new product lines, so this week sees the launch of the Black Register minilogo t-shirt .

Many of you expressed the desire to sport your Reg logo with pride without it being visible from another county, or state, as the case may be. Well, try this out:

The Register black minilogo shirt

Yup, less of a fanfare of trumpets, more the gentle tinkling of mirror chimes. The minilogo shirt sells at £10.21 (£12.00 inc VAT) and is available in Medium and Extra large. You can get it right now in the

Register t-shirt section

of Cash'n'Carrion, along with a fine selection of

Reg

branded merchandise.



We'll conclude this shameless piece of self-promotion with a comment for all those who have demanded shirts in XXL, XXXL and larger. We've done these sizes in the past, and the fact is they just don't sell. We are, however, willing to be lobbied further on the matter. Send you comments on this and any aspect of Reg merchandise to us here. ®

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