Regan Smith Clarke Social Media Event III

Regan Smith Clarke Social Media Meetup III

The Regan Smith Clarke Social Media Event III has arrived. Try and keep your pants on!

Interested in meeting fellow t-shirt fans? Looking to build your network of local designers, marketers and vendors? Want to drink Miller High Life with some awesome dudes? This is the event for you!

On Friday, February 18, head down to the Pour House, located at 907 Boylston Street in good old Boston, Mass. We’ll be bro-ing out and getting awesome in the downstairs room near the big screen. Wear your RSC gear and your first drink is on us.

Our last event was a huge success. We hope to see some new faces. Get dome!

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RSC at SoWA’s Cabin Fever – Sunday February 13th

Regan Smith Clarke is a vendor at Cabin Fever

This weekend we’re back in the South End for SoWA’s indie show Cabin Fever. If you’re still searching for a Valentine’s Day gift and/or looking for an excuse to get out of your apartment and stretch those legs, Cabin Fever has you covered. Hope to see you there!

More info on the show here

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Big Cartel Featured Store Friday: Regan Smith Clarke

Regan Smith Clarke is the Featured Store Friday at Big Cartel

Every Friday Big Cartel spotlights one of their top online stores as part of a weekly feature. Since they currently have over 100,000 stores, I was particularly surprised and excited to be chosen this past week.

Check out the entire feature and interview over on Big Cartel.

Big thank you goes out to Dan and the rest of the guys over at Indie Labs. We love you!

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Regan Smith Clarke x Thrillist Exclusive – “Landmark”

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We are now taking pre-orders for a limited edition design titled, “Landmark.” Offered as part of the Limited Edition Thrillist T-shirt Exclusive, the design is distinctly Boston-esque — influenced by the legendary Boston Celtics and iconic Garden (RIP) steak restaurant, the Scotch ‘n Sirloin.

Designed over a snowy January weekend, the Landmark offers a subtle take on the NBA’s most successful franchise and the cultural zeitgeist the team unknowingly nurtured during the immortal 1980s.

We are extremely proud of this design and excited to share it through this exclusive offer. We hope you enjoy it as much as we enjoyed watching hours of Kevin McHale highlight reels on Youtube.

Order the Regan Smith Clarke x Thrillist Exclusive “Landmark” Now.

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A Not-So-‘Square’ Technology

Regan Smith Clarke blogs about Square, "A Not-So-'Square' Technology

Ever been to a craft fair and tried to purchase something with your credit card? Everything is either cash-only or it takes twenty minutes to process your card with an old-school “knuckle buster” that spits out a receipt you can barely read. Well, problem solved. Jack Dorsey, the clever co-founder of Twitter, has created a company that has effectively eliminated this predicament: Square Inc.

Named one of the 50 best inventions of 2010 by Time Magazine, the “Square” technology is a small, literally square, apparatus that you plug into your Android, iPhone or even iPad to process credit card transactions. This nifty device has revolutionized the selling process by improving the speed, efficiency and ease of use for small-business owners of all kinds.

Imagine being able to process a sale using only your cell phone – no papers, no heavy equipment, no messy cords. Customers need only swipe their card and sign the screen using the tip of their finger. Square also offers customers the option of having their receipt e-mailed to them – with an image of their purchase, if one was taken – which adds yet another layer to the convenience and cool factor.

On top of benefits the Square offers to customers, there are even more advantages to business-owners, including: no contract, no monthly fees, and the device is mailed to you free-of-charge once you’ve downloaded the app, created an account and verified your personal information. It doesn’t get easier (or cheaper) than that, folks. Speaking of cheap, did we mention that you only pay 2.75% of the swiped cost, plus 15¢ or 3.5% of the keyed-in cost plus 15¢? That’s significantly cheaper than any of the other transaction equipment solutions on the market today.

Not only is this gadget useful for entrepreneurs, but it can also solve the age-old problem of splitting the check at a restaurant when no one has cash. Simply plug in Square, swipe your card and it’s as easy as that. No more “I’ll pay you back for that omelet tomorrow, bro.”

We like being Square. Our customers do, too.

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RSC Recognized for Social Media Marketing Skills in Business TechEdge Magazine

Business TechEdge magazine recently featured Regan Smith Clarke in an article about social media marketing and its benefits to small and mid-sized companies.

Looking for some tips on how to maximize your social media efforts? Take a look at the article. You won’t be disappointed.

Do you have a social media success story you are willing to share?

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RSC, a brand to watch in 2011

T-Shirt Magazine Online, RSC is a brand to watch in 2011

Coty Gonzales lists Regan Smith Clarke as a brand to watch in 2011

Over the past few weeks we’ve been mentioned on T-Shirt Magazine Online and Coty Gonzales as a brand to watch in 2011. Make sure you check out the rest of the brands on their top 10 lists. Thanks guys, much love!

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Industry Intelligence: Devon Chulick for Regan Smith Clarke

Devon Chulick of D-Structure SF interviews for Regan Smith Clarke

The clothing industry is one of many moving parts. For every high profile designer, there are thousands of photographers, marketing professionals and independent designers who quietly do their part to keep our community vibrant and relevant. These individuals deserve their recognition.

In an effort to make sure that happens, each month you will be hearing from these unsung heroes who keep it real each and every day.



Happy New Year everyone. Our first Industry Intelligence report of 2011 spotlights company director Devon Chulick of San Francisco art and clothing boutique D-Structure SF. Check out whats going on with him and the shop:

Name, rank and why we should care?
Devon Chulick, Company Director, Why you should care? Well I make all the decisions. From buying, curating, and budgeting. I run the show. I have also been referred to as the Mayor of Lower Haight.

What are you working on right now? What future plans are in the works? Plug your shit!
We’re doing this new thing, the D-Structured Monthly design contest for new designs. Two new private lable brands, changing up our online store, all kinds of fun things!

Who or what has been the biggest influence on your work?
Damn, good question. I have no idea. Let me think about that. Mostly entrepreneurs, people I read about, no one person comes to mind. I really enjoy the minds of writers though, and amazing films. I would have to say I am influenced by other peoples works, whether it be art, film, or literature. I really enjoy Ray Bradbury, Scott F Fitzgerald, Oscar Wilde, among other writers. I enjoy films that have dystopian themes and nior; The Road, Children of Men, 28 Days Later, Blindness, and Brick.

What is the hardest lesson you have ever had to learn?
That’s another tough one. I have learned a lot of hard lessons. Don’t drink tequila… Always have a back up plan. I wish I had a better story to reference.

Last book read, movie watched, record listened to?
Plastic Beaches by the Gorrilaz. Epic album. Movie.. Scott Pilgrim VS The World. Awesome.

Fill in the blank: “I wouldn’t be where I am today without _____”
Mistakes. I am thankful for the mistakes I have made, since they have lead me to bigger and better things. My need to keep learning, I am always looking for new ventures, ideas, and projects!

Last words?
Regan Smith is Dope. San Francisco is one of the best cities ever. Graphic Tee’s are the most common form of art, and that’s pretty cool.

Don’t forget to check out D-Structure SF’s online store and blog

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