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Filed: Thursday, 21st June 2012
By: Staff Writer


KUMB.com are offering free shipping on all our t-shirts until midnight tonight in order to celebrate International T-Shirt Day.

Traditionally held on what is considered to be the first day of summer - June 21st, the longest day of the year (aka Summer Solstice) - International T-Shirt Day offers every t-shirt fan the opportunity to express and celebrate their love of the classic design.

And to celebrate today's special event we have released two fresh designs, by popular demand, in honour of West Ham's play-off goalscorer Carlton Cole as follows...



To purchase either of our new designs - both of which are available in claret, sky blue or white - or one of the several fellow designs already in our online store, visit the KUMB shop home page.

In order to obtain free shipping for your goods, simply add the voucher code 'T-DAY2012' when checking out.





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