Co-Tee TV Episode 41.5: Rethink Clothing, Weather Wiper and CONTEST!

In this episode of Co-Tee TV I review Weather Wiper by Zack Davenport and available at Rethink Clothing, a brand that exclusively features artwork done by college students.

Win A Weather Wiper 11″x17″ Poster!

All you need to do is either:

1. Leave a comment in THIS blog post telling me 1) what your first car ever was (make and model) or 2) your favorite car memory (be truthful now!).

and/or,

1. Leave a comment on the Co-Tee TV Facebook Fan Page telling me 1) what your first car ever was  (make and model) or 2) your favorite car memory (be truthful now!).

and/or,

3. Retweet the following: “RT Win a Weather Wiper poster courtesy of @rethinkclothing! Watch @cotygonzales on #coteetv to find out how! http://su.pr/1R2nOE”

Do all 3 and get 3 entries in the contest! I will select my favorite comment to win one of the Weather Wiper posters and I will also select a random winner. So two posters will be given away and two different people will win! Deadline is Wednesday November 18, 2009 at 11:59 PM Hawaii Time.

Weather Wiper Poster

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Coty’s Thoughts:

Weather Wiper by Zack Davenport and available at Rethink Clothing. Pros: Printed on an American Apparel tee so the shirt is super soft and comfortable. Large 4 color print over the chest, stunning design! Shirt comes packaged with a Rethink Clothing stickers. Shirt is tagless for itch free comfort and features a screen printed neck label instead.  Cons: My previous cons for for past Rethink Clothing tees had been that they weren’t tagless – they seemed to have fixed that issue! Price: $17.99 but you can save 20% off your entire order with the coupon code “COTY” at checkout.

Weather Wiper

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Comments

  1. Chase Conching says

    First car I drove was my dad’s 1989 Volvo 240 DL! Buggah was a beast! I still drive it!

  2. says

    My favorite car memory is, when I was going to the car factory tour with my school! There were a lot of awesome robots, that’s why I love it :)

  3. bm says

    my favorite car memory is taking my first >1.5 hr drive alone. first off, i had never driven into a city. on top of that, i had never gone on an interstate highway alone (i like to stay away from them since i never need to use them). anyways, the last time that i went to baltimore before this was when i was about 8. needless to say, i got very lost, but eventually found my destination, where i met up with a beautiful girl from school who was in town for a day and spent the best 4 or so hours of my life falling more and more in love. i got super lost trying to get out of the city to head home, and actually went the wrong way on the beltway, so the trip back ended up taking twice as long. it was still completely worth it. it’s about 2.5 years later and still very in love :) best car drive ever!

  4. says

    My First car was a 1990 Ford Tempo. Best thing ever was when we knew it was dying, and pretty much turned it into a go cart. My friend and I went speeding through grass, dirt and mud at 50-80mph tearing through fields with all the windows down and no rear shocks! It was a blast!!

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