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Apr. 26, 2016 8:09 am

How to get a Philly Tech Week 2016 T-shirt

Attending the #PTW16 kickoff event at Dilworth Park this Friday is your best bet, but read on for more.

Here's the official #PTW16 T-shirt.

(Photo courtesy of Press and Release Printing)

Hey wow. Philly Tech Week starts this Friday.

There are 150+ events from April 29-May 7, sure, but there’s also some really awesome #PTW16 swag we want to brag about — especially our official Philly Tech Week T-shirt.

We worked with local artist Flygirrl to create the super-duper-fly T-shirt design and our friends over at Press and Release handled the printing.

You can grab a T for $10 at the Arcade @ Dilworth kickoff event on Friday, April 29 from 5-10 p.m. (rain date is Saturday, April 30, same time, same place). This event is family friendly, and will feature local game developers, makers and more. Pay-as-you-go food and drink will be provided by Rosa Blanca Cafe and Philly Pop Kettle Korn and, most importantly, there will be some awesome people there, so invite your friends!

Also, pro tip, tickets to the Philly Tech Week Signature Event on Friday, May 6 get you a free T-shirt, but it’s on a first-come, first-served basis, so no guarantees.

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