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What I do at Fibers.com

So for the past five months I've been working as a marketing associate at Fibers.com. I love my job and here are just a few things I do at Fibers.com:
  1. Blog - I update the news blog and write about t-shirt trends, things we're doing at the company and I highlight new designs and artists.
  2. Recruit - we're looking for talented t-shirt designers to come on board and sell their designs on our site. I've already recruited some really awesome artists and I'm on the look out for more, so if you're interested shoot me an e-mail. I love these "Keep Calm Shop" designs.
  3. Update our Facebook and Twitter - so please like and follow us!
  4. Think up and design t-shirts! This is one of my favorite parts of my job. Here's one I made and ordered for myself because I loved it so much!

Here are some other designs I'm quite proud of:

http://www.fibers.com/shop/design/penny-farthing-how-i-get-high.D43261
http://www.fibers.com/shop/design/double-rainbow-what-does-it-mean.D43699
http://www.fibers.com/shop/honey-badger


One of the many cool things about Fibers.com is all the designs are completely customizable and you can create your own designs easily with our design tool. So if you have a brilliant t-shirt idea just log in and start designing.

Comments

Peter Hogan said…
Pretty much the best site ever. You should put a link in this to my blog post about it.
natale eve said…
Nice girl- sounds awesome. I'm glad you're lovin' your job so much.
sweetwatersean said…
Hi!

Sorry I wrote you via comments, but I could not find a contact e-mail or feedback form on your site.

My name is Sean Schrader and I work for 100% Records. We are a DIY label that seeks out unique voices like yours in hopes to share our releases and get your honest feedback. I would love to send you the materials for the Barry Brother's latest folk rock release "Yawnin' in the Dawnin'." Please email me at press@100records.com and I will make sure you get a copy ASAP.

Thanks!

-Sean

P.S. Please, delete this comment.
nikkibit said…
You are doing such a fantastic job! Love your designs :)
nikki

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