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Best Use for an Old Shirt Denver 2008 - BaggyShirts

BaggyShirts entrepreneurs Jan Ramos and Dana Miller will take the shirt right off your back to do their part for the environment, but in this case, that's a good thing. Inspired by An Inconvenient Truth and producer Laurie David's public challenge to pick just one thing to help the environment, they began recycling old men's shirts into reusable shoulder totes that work equally well for groceries, gym togs, picnics or whatever. In this age of the rapidly disappearing plastic grocery bag, the dutiful duo picked a great place to start.
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Judy Anderson
Judy Anderson

I love it when you can make a eco-fashion statement while shopping. Look good while being good! Love my Baggy Shirt and recommend them as perfect gift ideas.

Lynda Parker
Lynda Parker

BaggyShirts has made sustainablilty colorful and fun! I applaud Jan and Dana for their creativity and commitment to be a part of the solution. I can get 3 to 4 plastic bags worth of stuff into my BaggyShirt.

Hannah
Hannah

I'm so proud of Baggy Shirts. What a wonderful inspiration your business has been. I'm so glad to have a Baggy Shirt of my own and they have made great gifts for my family members. I can't wait to see Baggy Shirts replacing plastic bags in our grocery stores. It's only a matter of time!

Kathy Weiss
Kathy Weiss

Inspiring and ingenious! I love my Baggy Shirts creations; not only are they great for groceries, but the smaller bags are perfect at holiday time for presenting gifts of a loaf of bread and bottle of vino. I can't wait to see what this creative duo comes up with next.

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