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Check out the official Philly Tech Week 2015 T-shirt

You can grab a T-shirt for $10 at our kickoff event on Friday, April 17.

Here's what's on the #PTW15 T-shirt. (Photo by Catherine Sontag)

We are only a few days away from the start of Philly Tech Week 2015 presented by Comcast (April 17-25). On top of 150+ events that are happening throughout the week, we have some really awesome #PTW15 swag we want to brag about — especially our official Philly Tech Week T-Shirt.
We worked with The Wilson Concept to create the awesome T-shirt design with custom Philly tech emojis. Our friends over at Press and Release handled the printing.
You can grab a T-shirt for $10 at the Arcade @ Dilworth event this Friday, April 17. We’ll also have awesome Philly Tech Week temporary tattoos. This event is family friendly, will feature over 50 local game developers, makers and more. There will be delicious food, a beer garden and some awesome people — invite your friends!
If you come out to our Philly Tech Week Signature Event on Friday, April 24, the T-shirts are free, but it’s on a first come, first served basis.

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