Oct 15th 2010 By Asylum Staff
Time was, the idea of sporting a custom dress shirt was strictly for fat cats who burned Benjamins to light their Cubans. Then along came the Internet. Nowadays, pretty much any guy can get the bespoke look even if his available credit is as slim as a pair of skinny jeans. And we'd like to make it that much easier for a lucky reader.
Asylum has teamed up with ShirtsMyWay
, one of the leading custom-shirt makers online, to give away a $200 gift card to a winning reader.
Keep reading to find out how to enter.
A Choice of Trillions
Due to the vast array of options in designing your clothing on ShirtsMyWay, the company claims there are over 7,000,000,000,000 possible configurations of shirts on the site. We'd never ask you to count all the choices, but if you want a chance for the $200 gift card, head on over to the site and check out the various shirt material choices. Come back and let us know in the comments what your favorite type of shirt cloth is. One random commenter will win.
How to Enter
1. Check out the choices of shirts on ShirtsMyWay
2. Come back to this article and leave a comment by telling us what your favorite choice of shirt material is (e.g., Ocean Front, Apollo Yellow, Rockefeller 7, etc.).
For those who don't feel like winners, you can go shopping at ShirtsMyWay now and take advantage of 10 percent discount while this contest lasts. Just make your order and email email@example.com with "Asylum 10%" in the message.
Asylum's 'ShirtsMyWay' giveaway is open only to legal residents of the 50 United States, the District of Columbia and Canada (excluding Quebec) who are 18 and older. To enter, please submit a comment using a valid email address stating your favorite custom shirt material from ShirtsMyWay.com. The comment must be left before 6:00 pm Eastern Time on October 22, 2010. You may enter once per email address, and one winner will be selected in a random drawing. The prize will include the following item: (Approximate total retail is $200) Click here for complete Official Rules.